Selection Chap 4A

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1 Selection Chapter 4 Applications, Tests, References, Interviewing Methods, Strategies and Techniques
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2 Selection The process of choosing the right person for a job out of a pool of recruited candidates. One of the most critical tasks we do as managers Most managers react instead of select Good selection practices lead to increased performance Selection is legal discrimination
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3 Selection A selection method is reliable if it consistently leads an employer to the same selection decisions, regardless of who is actually applying the method The key in any selection process is to develop measures that validate the likelihood of success for each candidate
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4 Key Selection Terms Reliability: The degree to which a selection method consistently produces the same results. Validity: The degrees to which a selection process really measures or predicts What it is intended to measure or predict. Criterion-related validity
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This note was uploaded on 03/30/2012 for the course HRAD 3783 taught by Professor Slevitch during the Spring '08 term at Oklahoma State.

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