Human Resource Management

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Chapter 7 Quiz __________ is the systematic process of deciding which applicants to hire. Recruitment Selection Prediction Workforce planning The extent to which a selection measure yields consistent results over time is called ________. reliability contrast effect halo effect validity The extent to which a selection method measures what it is supposed to measure is called ________. reliability contrast effect halo effect validity The candidate had a great resume, friendly personality, good appearance, but her bad breath seemed to cloud all her positive attributes. This is an example of ________. contrast effect halo effect devil's horns effect impression management Julius has no interest in working with the elderly, but he told the interviewer about fond memories of growing up with his grandparents and elder aunts and uncles just to get the job food services job in the nursing home. This is an example of ________. contrast effect
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This note was uploaded on 12/31/2011 for the course HRM 37:533:301 taught by Professor Castellano during the Fall '09 term at Rutgers.

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