Types of Tests

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Consideration for Effective Interview

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Interview can be made effective if following considerations are kept in mind. 1. Prior knowledge about the applicant can bias the interviewer’s evaluation. 2. The interviewer often holds ...

Definition of Interview

Interviews may be defines as face to face communication method for knowing some information about the potential job candidates. It is a process of collecting some information whether the candidates like the job or not. Under these processes, job seekers ...

Definition of tests

Candidates whose application blanks come up to a certain standard i.e. reveal some amount of suitability are then asked to go through some tests. Tests have been defined in a narrow sense as a sample of an aspect of an individual’s behavior, performance ...

Selection Decision

After obtaining information through the preceding steps, selection decision – the most critical of all the steps – must be made. The other stage is the selection processes have been used to narrow the number of candidates. The final decision has to ...

Strategic Choices

Managers have a number of choices to make regarding their selection strategies. These strategies are outlined below: 1. Recruiting efforts: An organization can make a strategic choice to focus recruiting efforts on minorities and women. 2. “Make’ or ...

European model of HRM

Brewster (1993 ) described a European model of HRM as follows: ● environment – established legal framework; ● objectives – organizational objectives and social concern – people as a key resource; ● focus – cost/benefit ts analysis, also environment; ● ...

Outcomes of Strategic Human Resource Management

Outcomes of SHRM are manifold. Outcomes may be both satisfactory and unsatisfactory. SHRM outcomes may be satisfactory if all activities are done properly and as per desire of the organization. On the other hand, outcomes may not be satisfactory if various ...

The 5-p’s of SHRM activities

1. Philosophy: Expressed in statements defining business values and culture. It expresses how to treat and value people. 2. Policies: Expressed as shared values and guidelines. Policies establish guidelines for action on people related business issues ...

Life insurance

Life insurance is a contract between an insurance policy holder and an insurer or assurer, where the insurer promises to pay a designated beneficiary a sum of money (the benefit) in exchange for a premium, upon the death of an insured person (often the ...
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