The Complete Guide to Hiring and Firing Government Employees by Stewart LIFF

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Bringing the best new people on board and weeding out the worst are both the most important and the most difficult tasks faced by any employer. For federal managers, the challenge is even greater. Not only does government bureaucracy often make hiring a cumbersome, slow-moving process, but poor performers enjoy more protection from losing their jobs than their counterparts outside of government. "The Complete Guide to Hiring and Firing Government Employees" is filled with tried-and-true strategies that will enable government managers to cut through the red tape and take advantage of the best talent available, as well as efficiently document and deal with those who don't make the cut.

About Stewart LIFF

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STEWART LIFF began his career with the federal government in 1974. He is a winner of the PresidentÂ’s Council on Management Improvement Award and the Presidential Rank Award for Meritorious Service. His books include Managing Government Employees and Managing Your Government Career.
Published December 23, 2009 by AMACOM. 240 pages
Genres: Business & Economics, Political & Social Sciences, Education & Reference, Law & Philosophy. Non-fiction

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