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Hiring Source Book


Hiring Source Book 
By Catherine D. Fyock, CSP, SPHR

2004, 214 pages, Paperback with CD-ROM
ISBN: 978-1-58644-048-0
SHRMStore Item #: 61.14502

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You don't have to create hiring material from scratch when this state-of-the art tool kit puts samples of good materials and best practices at your fingertips:

More than 60 samples of hiring materials, including hiring flow charts, job requisition forms, application forms, interview guide, interview checklist, reference-checking forms, orientation guides, illegal interview topics, and questions to avoid asking.

  • Application forms and other samples in Spanish, with English equivalents.
  • Forms in hard copy and electronic format, as PDFs and RTFs on an accompanying CD-ROM.
To-the-point chapters that cover the basics of hiring, including:
  • The hiring process
  • Designing application forms
  • Interview guides and questions
  • Evaluating applications
  • Legal issues

A special chapter on hiring and retaining Hispanic employees, which covers:
  • The diversity of the Hispanic communities
  • Successful recruitment tips
  • How resumes from Hispanic applicants may be different
  • Interview topics
  • Cultural differences to consider in retention  

Read an Excerpt. 


 Table of Contents

Examining the Hiring Process
Designing Employment Applications
Developing Interview Questions and Guides
Evaluating Employment Applications
Using Other Hiring and Selection Tools
Considering Legal Issues and Selection
Recruiting and Retaining Hispanic Employees

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 About the Author


Cathy D. Fyock, CSP, SPHR, is a noted consultant, writer, lecturer, seminar leader, and employment strategist on recruiting and retaining a changing work force. One of SHRM's most popular speakers and educators, she has led over 200 national SHRM seminars. As field director of human resources for Kentucky Fried Chicken Corporation, she was instrumental in developing key recruitment programs, including a national initiative for recruiting and retaining older employees.