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Tips When Hiring and Firing Employees: 50 Plus One Paperback – August 1, 2006
From the Author
I have always hired the right person,
except when I did not-
then I knew it almost immediately.
Never were truer words spoken. Finding the right people, keeping the best people is very gratifying (when it does work) and letting go unsuitable employees is just as frustrating (when it is not right).
Whether your business is large or small, for profit or not, the most important decision you make is about the employees you hire (or fire, for than matter). Even the most experienced managers and business owners make mistakes from time to time, which is both personally demoralizing and terribly expensive. Of course, mistakes are more than just about the costs, but also opportunities lost, poor department or company morale and the ever-present risk of lawsuits.
How do you improve the odds that you will make the rights decisions concerning employees? 50 plus one Tips When Hiring & Firing Employees is an excellent start to learning the complicated, often confusing facts surrounding employee decisions. In succinct, easy-to-understand chapters, virtually every facet of hiring and firing are discussed for business owners and general mangers to use with confidence.
Hiring is not only an issue of finding the right person for the right job, but it is very much about following the laws-and they are extensive-to make sure that you and your company are well protected from possible discrimination and unfair labor practices. The cost of ignorance of the law and poor personnel policies can be hugely expensive-a problem that no one wants to have on their backs!
Be smart, be aware, be positive and most of all, be legal by using 50 plus one Tips When Hiring & Firing Employees as your first, easy-to-use and easy-to-understand basic reference on hiring, firing, employee retention, creating personnel policies and saving money, time and aggravation.
Linda M. Magoon & Donna de St. Aubin
About the Author
Linda M. Magoon has been a retirement planning specialist and human resource manager for nearly 25 years. Her experience includes both for-profit and non-profit organizations. She has been advising employees and managers on medical and retirement benefits, including both qualified and non-qualified plans, through company-sponsored training programs and seminars. Ms. Magoon holds a Masters Degree in Educational and Business Management and currently works for a suburban Chicago school system. In addition to her full-time work, she is teaching business classes on the graduate school level. She is the co-author of 50 plus one Tips to Building A Retirement Nest Egg (Encouragement, 2007).
Donna de St. Aubin's human resource and management expertise spans more than 25 years and includes executive human resource positions in the health care, manufacturing, financial and insurance industries. In addition to her experience in human resource management, planning and internal staffing, Ms. St. Aubin has also been involved in major corporation mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and consolidations. She develops and conducts executive management workshops and works frequently with companies in health care, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing and service organizations. Her understanding of business cultures as well as the intricacies of organizational design and development has enabled her to create programs that effectively position private and public companies for continued growth. She works with individual executives in coaching and mentoring along with teams and organizations. A frequent speaker before industry and management groups, Ms. St. Aubin has taught at the University of Colorado and the University of Wisconsin Executive Management Institute. She is an adjunct faculty member of the Keller Graduate School of Management, and is currently a faculty member of the Graduate School of Banking at Colorado. Ms. St. Aubin received an M.B.A. from Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois and a B.A. from the College of St. Catherine, St. Paul, Minnesota. She is a member of the Human Resource Planning Society, ASTD and Human Resource Management Association of Chicago. She is also active in church and community organizations.
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