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ISBN: 083302552X, 9780833025524
Authors: Carole Oken, Beth J. Asch
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: recruiter, incentive, programs, military, recent, achievement, encouraging, history
Formats:PDF
Copyrights: Copyrighted

Planners and policymakers concerned with recruiting have seen indications of increased difficulty in meeting recruiting goals. To examine this potential problem, the report reviews, in considerable detail, service by service, the evolution of recruiter incentive plans over the last 15 to 20 years, describing how these plans have changed over time. There is a great deal of variation in incentive pl......
ISBN: 0833050206, 9780833050205
Authors: Beth J. Asch, Paul Heaton
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: irregularites, recruiter, incidence, analysis
Formats:PDF
Copyrights: Copyrighted

The authors examine the prevalence and consequences of irregularities by military recruiters. Recruiter irregularities are uncommon — using the services' data for tracking allegations between 2007–2009, the authors document about 1 allegation per 1,000 applicants. Between 1 to 3 percent of the recruiter workforce is involved in substantiated allegations in a given year, with concealmen......
Author: James N. Dertouzos
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: volunteer, army, objectives, recruiter, supply, enlistment
Formats:PDF
Copyrights: Copyrighted

In an empirical study of Army recruiting data, RAND concluded that demand factors such as recruiter quotas and incentives to achieve and exceed them play a critical role in the determination of enlistments. Recruiters who achieve high-quality quotas are less likely to be induced by existing incentives to increase their productivity than are those who do not achieve high-quality quotas. Thus, resou......
ISBN: 0788176943, 9780788176944
Author: Carol R. Schuster
Source: www.ebookdb.org
Keywords: selection, incentive, systems, recruiter, improve, recruiting, dod, could, military
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Copyrights: General Copyright

Publisher: DIANE PublishingPublished Time: DIANE PublishingPages: 56Reviews the recruiter incentive systems that the military services use to optimize the performance of military recruiters and ensure that only fully qualified applicants are enlisted. Reviews the services' recruiting processes to: (1) screen, select, and train recruiters; (2) screen, select, and prepare recruits for basic training......
ISBN: 1437941028, 9781437941029
Author: Katherine M. Iritani
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Keywords: incentive, ban, payments, school, recruiters, enforce, needed, education, stronger, federal, oversight, higher
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Copyrights: General Copyright

Publisher: DIANE PublishingPublished Time: DIANE PublishingPages: 58In 1992, Congress banned schools participating in federal student aid programs from paying commissions, bonuses, or other financial incentives to individuals based on their success in enrolling students or securing their financial aid. Congress instituted this ban to eliminate deceptive recruiting practices and to protect federal ......
ISBN: 0833010360, 9780833010360
Author: Beth J. Asch
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: plan, freeman, productivity, recruiter, navy
Formats:PDF
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The Navy's pool of potential 17- to 21-year-old recruits is expected to diminish. A strategy for aiding the Navy's future recruiting effort is to alter its recruiter management techniques, particularly its incentive program, the Freeman Plan. Data from Chicago in 1986 were examined to analyze the Freeman Plan's effects on productivity. The study found that recruiting behavior is consistent with th......
Author: James N. Dertouzos
Source: www.rand.org
Keywords: supply, enlistment, incentives, recruiter
Formats:PDF
Copyrights: Copyrighted

In an empirical study of Army recruiting data, RAND concluded that demand factors such as recruiter quotas and incentives to achieve and exceed them play a critical role in the determination of enlistments. Recruiters who achieve high-quality quotas are less likely to be induced by existing incentives to increase their productivity than are those who do not achieve high-quality quotas. Thus, resou......
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