Recruiting Former Officers
Orrick, Dwayne, Law & Order
Poaching employees from other employers is common practice. Every law enforcement agency periodically loses great officers who laterally transfer to another department. In other instances, people may accept a position outside law enforcement in another government position, the private sector, or to start a new business.
Today, many employees change jobs or careers several times. Some suggest that the average employee will change careers seven times over the course of his work life, hi his book "Winning the Talent Wars," Bruce Tulger notes that employers have two groups of employees. The first group consists of a group of "core" employees, who ensure continuity of operations. The …
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Publication information: Article title: Recruiting Former Officers. Contributors: Orrick, Dwayne - Author. Magazine title: Law & Order. Volume: 56. Issue: 5 Publication date: May 2008. Page number: 16. © Hendon Publishing Company Jan 2009. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.
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