In the current job market, those charged with the responsibility of hiring are faced with a flood of résumés for every job opening. The challenge is not only to find someone who can do the job, but to find the best possible match. This is critical because you're not only filling one job opening—you're contributing to the overall health and efficiency of a team that brings value to your organization.
So how do you find the candidate who is not simply working for a paycheck, but is truly invested in the work, passionate about contributing to the performance of their team, and focused on achieving the company's mission?
There is a process that virtually guarantees hiring the right person every time.
The secret is in systematically applying a series of objective hiring best practices to every open position. As President of Accountants One, Dan Erling has successfully presided over the recruitment and retention of thousands of long-term hiring decisions. From short-term staffing solutions to extensive searches for executive, VP, and C-level positions, Erling's system has contributed not only to successful hires, but to the overall health of the hiring organizations. Now, he shares his powerful hiring system in MATCH, showing you how to integrate this process into your company. This system covers the entire life cycle of the hiring process, including:
Human capital is the most important investment you can make in your organization. With the proven system in MATCH, you can instill a consistent culture that recruits, hires, and retains talent that not only shines on its own, but integrates seamlessly into your organization's mission.
PRAISE FOR MATCH
"Finding exceptional people is a difficult task in any hiring market. Even now, when there are so many candidates, it is challenging to identify the best hire for your company. The best practices in MATCH provide a systematic approach for identifying, hiring, and retaining the right people."
—LIZ HICKOK, SPHR, HR Director, Sage North America
"MATCH is the perfect name for this book. Matching the right people to the right job in the right company is critical. A wrong match can kill, and a great match can make you. Learn how to make better matches today from a proven professional who spends every workday on the front lines of the employment war."
—RICK MYERS, founder and CEO, Talent Zoo
"If interviewing anyone ever made you unsure, then MATCH is for you. The hiring tactics discussed in MATCH are brilliant! MATCH is a must-read for anyone involved in the hiring process."
—DAVE BUCKEL, CFO
"MATCH puts hiring GREAT people at the top of the priority list—which is exactly where it should be."
—JIM HULING, consultant and author of Choose Your Life!
"As the business community continues to understand the importance and value of 'paying it forward,' it is critical that companies develop hiring techniques allowing them to identify, hire, and retain employees that foster a culture of giving back. MATCH provides a method for achieving that objective."
—BOB LITTELL, author, speaker, and Chief NetWeaver, NetWeavers International
"I have hired a great deal of people in my career. But it wasn't until I used the MATCH process that I felt as comfortable with my hire on day one as I did a year after the employee started. I am very pleased with the results."
—KEVIN MELENDY, CEO, Spectral Response LLC
Very detailed, walks you step by step through the process of hiring. Brings samples...but mainly for hiring comtrollers. It is missing samples in other fields...Published 17 months ago by Amazon Customer
I attended a MATCH workshop with Dan as the presenter, and highly recommend you attend if he is in your area. Read morePublished on July 10, 2013 by J. Twill
Dan Erling's book is a must read for hiring managers and HR professionals. The match process is a critical component in "employer of choice" organizations. Read morePublished on July 1, 2013 by Avid Reader
A very logical, step by step approach to building the most important asset in any business. A great book written by a veteran recruiter in the Atlanta job market. Read morePublished on March 2, 2011 by ROW