SOURCE: PeopleClues

PeopleClues

June 21, 2012 11:09 ET

PeopleClues President Demystifies Impact of Employee Disengagement in New Book for Women in Business

"Women Who Mean Business" Now Available on Amazon.com With Bonus Features Including PeopleClues eBook, "FeaturingU2.0"

WOODSTOCK, GA--(Marketwire - Jun 21, 2012) - PeopleClues, an industry leader in workplace assessments, today announced the release of "Women Who Mean Business," a book co-authored by PeopleClues president, Julie Moreland. The book is now available for purchase on Amazon.

Moreland joined a select group of leading business women from around the world to collaborate on "Women Who Mean Business." In the book, these highly accomplished business women and entrepreneurs share strategies and best practices that can help other women achieve success in terms of business, profits and lifestyle.

In her contributed chapter, "Job Fit or Lack Thereof is Wreaking Havoc on the Global Economy," Moreland draws on more than two decades of experience in marketing and developing employment and career assessments currently used by thousands of companies around the world, to share the impact that job disengagement has on employees, companies and the global economy. She also shares actionable insights to help employers identify, hire and engage right-fit employees. Moreland's acumen is driven by her experience as president of PeopleClues, where she is responsible for leading the organization in meeting global objectives.

"I am very proud to have contributed to 'Women Who Mean Business,' and it is a great honor to share my experiences and advice to help women business leaders overcome challenges, reach their personal goals and lead their organizations to success," Moreland said. "Disengagement costs companies billions of dollars every year, and identifying job fit is essential to ensuring employee engagement. Through my contributions, business leaders will better understand the problem and learn best practices for finding the right employees for the job and promoting organization-wide success."

No stranger to sharing her expertise with others, Moreland is also a featured blogger for FastCompany.com, where she provides leadership, job fit and candidate experience expertise. A tireless advocate for improving the candidate experience, she explores the causes, symptoms and potential impact of negative experiences. She is also an active member of the prestigious Women President's Organization (WPO), a non-profit network of female presidents, CEOs and business leaders.

Those that purchase "Women Who Mean Business" on Amazon.com will also receive a bonus pack featuring the new eBook, "FeaturingU2.0." Authored by Moreland, along with PeopleClues chief strategy officer, Bryan Wempen, and client relationship manager, Cathleen Carlos, the eBook offers readers a fresh perspective on shifting workforce models, free agency and building personal brand.

Moreland will be available to discuss "Women Who Mean Business" and "FeaturingU2.0" during next week's SHRM 64th Annual Conference & Exposition in Atlanta, Ga., where she, Wempen and Carlos will be blogging on behalf of PeopleClues and DriveThruHR.

About PeopleClues
PeopleClues is an award winning global provider of employment assessments for measuring job fit, attitude and level of engagement for candidates and employees. These assessments are built for pre-employment screening, career development, team development as well as training and development. Based in Woodstock, Georgia, PeopleClues provides the assessment tools that allow thousands of companies in 8 countries to make better hiring and training decisions. PeopleClues has also recently launched an industry game changer with its "ACE" "Automated Candidate Experience" product providing Clients a huge strategic advantage in allowing their candidates who have taken the assessments to instantly receive personalized feedback on how to improve the way they present themselves in their resume and interview. PeopleClues strategic partners include Insperity (formerly known as Administaff), CareerBuilder, Bond International (formerly known as VCG Software), Success Performance Solutions, Reliant, Prophecy Healthcare and Getting Hired. For additional information, contact info@peopleclues.com or visit www.peopleclues.com.