17 August 2012
Staffing and Personnel Selection
This course builds students’ ability to put together a great team of employees through the use of best practices in staffing and personnel selection. Students will learn a professionally sound approach to all major stages of the selection process, including job specifications, recruitment, first screening, behaviorally-based candidate assessment and finally, decision making. Emphasis will be put on introducing reliable and valid tools for assessing candidates, as grounded in decades of research in industrial/work psychology. Also covered will be the utility of staffing methods and the relation of staffing and terminations to long-term human capital development and HRM in general. The course is useful for anyone wishing to prepare for a managerial role or a career in human resource management. Course offered by Department of Business Administration.
Asta Bjarnadottir, University of Iceland
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