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Getting recognized and actively recruited is the first stage.
Some minority ethnic policemen and women leave but Papeveld points out that this is not always due to negative experiences--some get recruited by government or the private sector.
We have our finger on the pulse of a lot of what's going on just by virtue of being with the hiring chief and the person being recruited and following up afterward.
Ideally this would be an individual recently recruited from the same school.
Being recruited by Notre Dame was a great experience,'' Bush said.
The lower threshold Type 1 MUs are recruited first, then, if necessary Type 2A, and finally the higher threshold Type 2B MUs.
During his two year tenure, he built a world-class recruiting team that recruited over 800 employees and exceeded goals every quarter while maintaining a below-industry-standard cost-per-hire.
Ann Camden/Mary Haines who recruited Heather Murphy
UCLA recruited the defensive lineman, too, but then-coach Bob Toledo never made it to the campus.
During the fabled first 100 days of Franklin Roosevelt's administration, the president's lieutenants recruited with a personal zeal that bordered on the missionary.
John has recruited and hired literally dozens of candidates, and worked with countless recruiting firms to build his teams.
Stan Koenigsfeld, Brownfield, recruited Shelly Udell.
And instead of recruiting Cory Paus, he recruited UCLA.
In addition, to make keeping employees even more difficult, companies are finding that their employees are frequently being recruited to competing businesses.