2. Keep an eye out for displaced “Mommy Trackers“-smart women who’ve left corporate executive positions to start a family or be closer to their children. They can make excellent part-time executives.
3. Investigate employee-leasing and temporary-help services.
4. Offer internships and part-time challenges to graduate students and upper-level undergrads. They want to get experience and can bring excellent knowledge and skills.
5. Get referrals from employees-and don’t be afraid to hire relatives of good workers. You can save substantially on recruiting costs this way.
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