Get 'em While They're Hot

How to Attract, Develop, and Retain Peak Performers in the Coming Labor Shortage

by Tony Zeiss

On Sale: September 20, 2010

Price: $16.99

Book Summary

For employers, managers, HR directors, and anyone concerned with keeping your business competitive in today’s market, this must-read book explains how to attract and nurture your company’s number one asset: top talent.

About the Book

Is your workforce strong enough to keep your company afloat? As the average worker’s skill levels decline, the labor supply is projected to decrease dramatically and exponentially--creating a skilled labor gap that the US Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates will leave our economy in need of tens of millions more workers. In his beneficial manual for businesses, Dr. Tony Zeiss shows your organization how to compete--aggressively--for the rapidly dwindling resource of skilled workers. As an experienced and award-winning educator, Zeiss has unique insights into the techniques that are necessary to attract, develop, and retain skilled and productive people to both public and private organizations. In Get ’Em While They’re Hot, you’ll examine how the right people can keep your products and services fresh and competitive, how to train your current workforce in the latest industry trends, and how to leverage and respond to job market changes to position your company for future success. The labor shortage is more than a hot-button political topic. This essential manual will help your company adjust to the challenges ahead, and do what is within its power to not only survive, but thrive.

Product Details

  • ISBN: 9781595559814
  • ISBN 10: 1595559817
  • On Sale: September 20, 2010
  • Pages: 178
  • List Price: $16.99
  • Trim Size: 139.000mm x 216.000mm x 15.000mm
  • Category 1 : BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Careers / General
  • Category 2 : BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Human Resources & Personnel Management
  • Category 3 : BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Management
  • Category 4 : BUSINESS & ECONOMICS / Organizational Development