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HR Books Book review: The Recruiter's Handbook by Sharlyn Lauby

The Recruiter’s Handbook

There are lots of books out on the market about pieces of the recruiting process, but there are very few books that take someone through the entire recruiting process from start to finish. “The Recruiter’s Handbook: A Complete Guide for Sourcing, Selecting, and Engaging the Best Talent” covers the entire talent acquisition process: candidate strategies, organizational strategies, sourcing, selection, and onboarding.

The Talent Fix

The biggest problems all organizations face right now, across the world, have to do with attracting and keeping their talent. If you don't have enough talent, you can't grow. If you don't have the right talent, you can't compete. If you don't keep your best talent, you're in trouble!

HR Books Book review: Cork Dork: A Wine-Fueled Adventure Among the Obsessive Sommeliers, Big Bottle Hunters, and Rogue Scientists Who Taught Me to Live for Taste

HR Books Review: ‘Cork Dork’

You might wonder why "Cork Dork" is a recommended HR book. Why would some VP of HR or talent acquisition leader read a non-fiction book about wine? The answer is simple. It’s because “Cork Dork” is about identity, meaning, passion, purpose and vocation.

Why I Stopped Reading Dave Ulrich

Dave Ulrich is the grandfather of the HR industry. His books are the gold standard of human resources excellence. But if I were a student pursuing a degree in business and people management, several other authors have more relevant and compelling ideas. I wouldn't read Dave Ulrich.

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