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  1. Hold an open house or an in-house job fair. Invite schools, county or state job developers, and others in the community to attend.
  2. Contact Urban League, Youth Employment Programs and Private Industry Council in your area. These are wonderful training organizations that offer free placement assistance.
  3. Go online and search the internet. Post your openings on free and fee-based bulletin boards such as Monster.com, Careerpath.com or pdqcareers.com.
  4. Contact local government job banks for free referrals. All states have aggressive welfare-reform goals and may be a source of employees.
  5. Call the Veterans Administration and Rehabilitation Agency. They can refer some very capable people.

From India, Pune
thanks a Lot sir a very useful Input.....really could work out as a Business plan fr any Growing r start Up Organization....Hop the entities materialises n executes to maximise theri goals....

Good effort; 5 Tips on Hiring Quality and Reliable People talks about signing bonus in dollar terms; you can make it practical by adopting to local standards and practices.
From India, Madras
Helllo frenz can you plz tell me about domestic inquuiry,how it is to be done,in wat way? appropriate procedure,what things should be included in it?
From India, Jaipur
Seniors,
I am working as an HR in some small industry which has been newly started i have joined as a fresher and there is no senior HR to help me out or guide me as to how to go about, my team size is 20 and i need few tips from ur side as how to take this company ahead with best Hr practices. Waiting for your response please help me out.
Regards,
Shuneha

From India, Pune
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From United States, Calhoun
Hi, Tips very very excellent & useful. Can you send me material on Talent Management. Regards, Rajesh
From India, Mumbai
Nice efforts by Amrita!!
However, I would like to make this more simple for all the community members to get all the tips at one original place. All of you may like to get extract at the following Link:
SCORE's Top Human Resources Tips - Entrepreneur.com
PS Dhingra
Transformation & Vigilance Consultant
Dhingra Group of Consultants
New Delhi

From India, Delhi
Great post. In hind sight, when you think about it this is mostly common sense. What do you do though when you have a bad manager who is causing dis harmony and disfunctionality within a small team.
Regards
Robert

From United Kingdom, Edinburgh
Hi,
Thanks these are all good tips, even when a person practices the same but when these are presented in paper it feels good to take and motivate ourself. I once again thanks for this.
Can you pls. tell me though we hire people on the following grounds, but we may some times end up in misjudging the persons that we will come across after some period.
Would like to know that the organisation should send him/her out or how to go about this?
regards,
rajesh

From India, Pondicherry

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