Chapter 16 - Human Resources

Chapter 16 - Human Resources - LearningOutcomes...

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Chapter 16 Copyright 2009,   Vandeveer, Menefee 1 Learning Outcomes Outline the human resources  process. Contrast job description, job  analysis, and job specification. Outline the recruiting and  selection process. Discuss the guideline for  conducting an effective  interview. Explain the advantages and  disadvantages of the various  selection tools for hiring  practices.
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Chapter 16 Copyright 2009,   Vandeveer, Menefee 2 Human Resources I:   The Hiring Process Determining the Job to be Filled Recruiting and Selection Basic Concept of Job Design Training and Development Performance Evaluation Programs to Retain Employees
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Copyright 2009,   Vandeveer, Menefee 3 Determining the Job to  be Filled Job analysis  – is the  investigation and determination  of the skills, knowledge and  abilities required to perform a job. Observation method
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