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Teach Yourself Retaining Staff By Edward Peppitt

Teach Yourself Retaining Staff

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This is a reference source for people responsible for managing staff in any organisation. It covers the developments on recruitment theory and practice and provides information on how to retain staff and avoid rapid turnover.

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Teach Yourself Retaining Staff by Edward Peppitt

Teach Yourself Retaining Staff is a vital reference source for every manager who has responsibility for managing staff, in any organisation from a small business to a large corporation.

This book guides the busy manager through the essentials of people management, including:

- Appointment

- Preparation

- Induction programmes

- Job descriptions

- Training and development

- Performance reviews

- Communication

- Management development

- Evaluation

- Legal aspects and qualifications

Checklists, hints, tips and sample forms illustrate each topic, while case studies help to apply the theories in everyday situations.

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About Edward Peppitt

Edward Peppitt is a successful business and publishing consultant and the author of The Investors In People Tool Kit.

Table of Contents

Appointment. Before starting. The first week: induction programmes; job descriptions. The long term: training and development; performance reviews; communication and technology; traditional communication; management development; review and evaluation. Appendices: legal aspects; qualifications.

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Teach Yourself Retaining Staff by Edward Peppitt
Edward Peppitt
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