The following are books that can help you understand the necessity for finding and keeping great people, as well as strategies to help you do that. While certainly not an exhaustive list, we are confident these resources can be beneficial to your company.
The War for Talent by Ed Michaels
Talent is shorthand for a key employee who possesses "a sharp strategic mind, leadership ability, communications skills, the ability to attract and inspire people, entrepreneurial instincts, and functional skills." Learn how to attract these people to your company.
The ROI of Human Capital by Jac Fitz-Enz
People--not cash, buildings, or equipment--are the lifeblood of any business enterprise. This book helps you determine in financial terms the return you'll receive on candidates. A very worthwhile book.
How Would You Move Mount Fuji? How the World's Smartest Company Selects the Most Creative Thinkers by William Poundstone
Why are manhole covers round? how do they make M&Ms? what does all the ice in a hockey rink weigh?Anyone who's interviewed for a job at Microsoft is intimately familiar with questions like the one in this book's title.
Survival Is Not Enough: Zooming, Evolution and the Future of Your Company by Seth Godin
Great book about adapting your business to the new economy, embracing change, and making your business life much more enjoyable. Read everything Seth Godin writes!