Free Pocket Guide

Learn What Took Pro Sport Scouts Decades to Decipher

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The Authoritative Pocket Guide to Identify, Select and Retain Industrial Athletic Talent on Your Team

The key to a successful distribution operation is to hire capable people who can excel in a job and, once they do, to keep them on the payroll. Yet, without fail, many distribution operators experience up to 100% turnover in entry level jobs, incurring heavy hiring costs, and issues related to service and safety since on-boarding inexperienced workers is an ongoing, never-ending process.

THE BAD NEWS IS: THIS IS NOT ONLY A PROBLEM, BUT IT’S ALSO A SYMPTOM OF A MUCH BIGGER PROBLEM.

The Good News is: There is a solution.

Rooted in decades of experience helping some of the largest companies in the country succeed during time of boom and bust, the IAU team has developed a unique approach to provide companies with actionable steps to help eliminate the “mean hiring cycle” found in the typical distribution operation. By adopting hiring techniques developed over a matter of decades by professional sport scouts, “Money Code and Muscle” will provide your human resources and operations team a unique and proven approach to identify, select and develop talent that will become valued members of your industrial athletic franchise.

This pocket guide covers:

How to locate the talent that will never respond to a job advertisement
How to expand your talent scouting network with relatively little cost
Templates to help you evaluate prospects based on what works in your operation
Tips to manage and retain your most valued talent

The full version of this guide is used as an integral part of IAU’s three-day “Scout for Success” Talent Identification and Recruiting Training program but the abbreviated pocket version is being offered to invited requesters at no charge.

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These are THE FACTS:

– One of the most-often cited operational challenges is a “lack of qualified and capable people”.

– The average turnover rate in a typical distribution operation is 75 percent.

– The rate of turnover is directly correlated with manager and supervisory skill development.

The cost of turnover for most companies is anywhere from $8,000 to $15,000 per new hire — this pocket guide is a great first step to significantly reducing turnover and hiring costs.