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make nursing positions unattractive. Some recruitment initiatives might include establishing integrated performance management programs that result in higher levels of engagement leading to higher retention rates; supporting increasing training at educational institutions; increasing the number of nursing school programs; increasing international recruitment; consolidating and integrating health-care services; increasing use of technology for remote locations; reviewing compensation, rewards, and recognition practices; facilitating health promotion programs; subsidizing refresher training for returning nurses; subsidizing student loans; and providing flexible work options.Research suggests that organizations that use effective human resource planning, recruitment, and selection practices gain a competitive advantage in the labour market. BCH’s success, growth, and patient care are linked to the attraction and retention of top nursing professionals. This increasingly diverse work force with heightened workplace expectations means nurses are making career choices on factors such as leadership, career development, meaningful work, flexible work alternatives, resources to support work–life balance, and other factors that go beyond total compensation. Planning for BCH’s human resource nursing requirements is much more than simply advertising for anursing position; it is the process of developing and implementing plans and programs to ensure the right number and type of nurses are available at the right time and place to meet BCH’s needs.Describe provincial labour law or the Canada Labour Code and its relevance to recruitment and selection. Chapter 3
Several elements contribute to a structured interview. Describe five of these. Chapter 9ANSWER: A structured interview consists of a standardized set of job-relevant questions and a scoring guide. Structuring an interview appears to increase interview reliability and validity. The following elementscontribute to the structure of an interview:• Interview questions are derived from a job analysis and are job related.• Interview questions are standardized (all applicants are asked the same questions).• Prompting, follow-up questioning, probing, and/or elaboration on questions are limited.