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HR Selection Definition: Where does it begin? Goal is………………. Why is it important?
Selection: A Process * Ideally…
The Selection Process 5. Supervisory interview/realistic job preview 4. Background investigation/reference checking 6. Hiring decision 7. Candidate notification 8. Evaluation of selection process 3. Selection interview 2. Selection testing 1. Preliminary contact and initial applicant screening
HR Selection: Areas of Focus Types of Selection Methods Selection Method Standards *p.172-173 Reliability and Validity
Types of Selection Methods Basic Sources of Information Employment Interviews Employment Tests
Basic Sources of Information Application Forms (Blanks) Purpose Pros/Cons
Basic Sources of Information Background and Reference Checks Purpose Pros/Cons
Basic Sources of Information Drug Screening Purpose Importance Two Positions Okay Not okay
Employment Interviews History Differ in the amount of structure
Employment Interviews Unstructured Interviews Pros/Cons
Employment Interviews Structured Interviews Pros/Cons
Employment Tests Cognitive Ability Tests Physical Ability Tests Personality Inventories Work Sample Tests
Employment Interviews Choosing/Training the interviewer/s
Employment Interviews Guidelines for Interviewers 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8.
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