Finally, a Print Journal for Corporate Recruiting Leaders
Note: The CRL Journal has been discontinued as a subscription publication effective December 2011. Past issues of the CRL Journal are available here. For more in-depth recruiting articles, visit ERE.net.
The Journal of Corporate Recruiting Leadership is the only publication of its kind designed specifically for senior-level corporate leaders who oversee and have responsibility for their organization's recruiting function.
This journal is unique: It's written for corporate recruiting leaders who are managing teams of staffing and recruiting professionals. It's written with business in mind, not divorced from company goals as so many trade publications are.
In every issue, leaders share practical, independent advice and expertise based on their own experience and know-how — no sales pitches or unrealistic commentary.
Published 10 times annually, the Journal of Corporate Recruiting Leadership features:
Read a sample article from the May 2009 issue.
- Case studies from recruiting leaders at top corporations
- Management and leadership tips from other corporate recruiting and human resources leaders facing the same challenges as you
- Perspective on what the industry's thought leaders are telling other recruiting executives
- In-depth profiles of leaders and executives from the world's top corporate recruiting divisions
- Timely legal insight from top lawyers at the nation's leading management-oriented law firms
- Valuable employment and economic data
- Hands-on tools. Past issues included a service-level agreement; a hiring-process flow chart; a sample chart showing recruiter pay, retention, and rewards; a workforce-planning worksheet; a ROI calculation for college-recruiting efforts; and more
The war for talent isn't looming; it's already here. Find out how other organizations are addressing this challenge — what's working and what's not. Better still, get the information straight from the people who are actually doing it — your peers — who truly understand the day-to-day realities of overseeing an organization's recruiting and staffing function.