Making the Selection Decision

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Making the Selection Decision There are three basic approaches to weigh all the input you have in reaching a selection decision Clinical (or Intuitive or Judgmental) Approach where you intuitively weigh all the evidence you have from various sources about the candidate and make your decisions Statistical (Mechanical) Approach which involve quantifying all the information you collect about the
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Unformatted text preview: candidate and then combine all this quantified information to get an answer, perhaps using a formula that predicts the candidates likely job success The mechanical/statistical approach is usually the most defensible Hybrid Approach, one that fine-tunes the mechanical results you obtained from you formula with the judgments...
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This document was uploaded on 11/02/2011 for the course MGT 4373 at Texas State.

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