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71.Because of the continuous flow of potential employees into the labor market, recruiting usually is the easiest task for a human resource manager to accomplish.
72.Union rules and company policies can make the recruitment process more difficult.
73.When recruiting, human resource managers must attract people who not only have the right skills, but also fit in with the corporate culture, and work well under the company's leadership style.
74.According to the Spotlight on Small Business box, small businesses usually find recruitment easier than large firms.
75.An advantage of hiring from within is that it improves employee morale.
76.External recruitment sources are usually cheaper to use than internal sources.
77.Transfers and promotions are internal sources used by human resource managers to fill recruiting needs.
78.According to the Spotlight on Small Business box, one way that a small business can attract qualified employees is to hire its customers.
79.Public and private employment agencies and college placement offices are internal sources used by human resource managers when they are recruiting employees.
80.When recruiting employees, human resource managers focus primarily on the skills and training of the people they are recruiting, and work on determining "fit" after the hiring process has occurred.