Week 5 - Assessment and Selection

Week 5 - Assessment and Selection - .:Recruitment,Selection...

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PS2004 Applied Psychology. Occupational Lecture 4: Recruitment, Selection   and Assessment Why Recruit? There are a variety of reasons why we would need ton recruit  staff. Staff may leave (for a better position!) or retire. The company might  expand and therefore need to hire more staff. Also a job may alter, requiring a  new set of skills. It is important to remember that recruitment is a two way  process! Recruitment usually follows these steps:  Company:  Identify the need for new staff Job advertisement  Information pack sent with job description and application form Select candidates for interview Interview and applicants shown around company and products o Is applicant still interested? Applicant Responds to job advert Receives application pack Selected for interview Shown company and products Social perception  is the active psychological process in which stimuli are  selected and organised into meaningful patterns. It involves: selective attention to information  organization of that information  assigning characteristics to people The problems with social perception include the primacy effect and the Halo  and Horns Effect. Springbett (1958) found that interviewers made their minds 
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2010 for the course SAS Various taught by Professor Various during the Three '09 term at University of Wollongong, Australia.

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