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Recruitment and Selection

Explores the processes and strategies involved in attracting, and hiring the most qualified candidates for job positions, ensuring a successful workforce.

recruitment

selection

job analysis

job description

job specification

job posting

resume screening

interviewing

assessment

background checks

reference checks

candidate evaluation

hiring decision

onboarding

talent acquisition

candidate experience

What is the last step in _selecting employees?

  • Hiring/Rejecting
  • Job Analysis
  • _Selecting
  • Testing

This recruitment method uses employment agencies, executive search firms and public employment agencies

  • Recruiters

It is when unemployment rates are low, organizations have to take extra measures to recruit employees.

  • Job Fairs
  • Employee Referral
  • Outside Recruiters
  • Incentives

What is the “S” in the acronym KSAOs?

  • Structured
  • _Selection
  • Screening
  • Skills

Recruitment type designed to provide information in a personal fashion to as many applicants as possible.

  • Job Fairs
  • Internet
  • Search Firms
  • Referrals

It is the extent to which an applicant can learn or perform a job-related skill.

  • Applicant Ability
  • Applicant Knowledge
  • Applicant Skill
  • Applicant Training and Education

Running ads in periodicals such as local newspapers or professional journals is a common method of recruiting employees.

  • Media Advertisements

This recruitment method can be on campus or outside.

  • Recruiters

It is the process of identifying an organizational gap and attracting, evaluating, and hiring employees to fill that role.

  • Organization Development
  • Onboarding
  • _Selection
  • Recruitment

It is when a current employee recommends family members and friends for specific job openings.

  • Incentives
  • Outside Recruiters
  • Employee Referral
  • Job Fairs

Choose the two common methods of applicant skill.

  • Assessment centers
  • Instrument
  • Graphology
  • Work samples

A step in _selecting employees through attracting people with the right qualifications to apply for the job.

  • _Selecting
  • Test Analysis
  • Hiring
  • Recruitment

These are typically conducted in one of three ways. In the first, many types of organizations have booths at the same location. The second type of job fair has many organizations in the same field in one location. The third approach to a job fair is for an organization to hold its own.

  • Job Fairs

Which is NOT a way to recruit?

  • Recruiters
  • Search Firms
  • Incentives
  • Nepotism

Promoting employees until they eventually reach their highest level of incompetence, is a concept of what?

  • Peter Complex
  • Peter Principle
  • Peter Theory
  • Peter Phenomenon

It is the process of confirming the accuracy of information provided by an applicant.

  • Résumé
  • Reference
  • Reference Check
  • Letter of Recommendation

It is the process of helping new employees become productive members of an organization.

  • Job Analysis
  • Sourcing
  • Orientation
  • Screening

It is a method for describing jobs and the personal attributes necessary to do a job.

  • Employment Interview
  • Job Evaluation
  • Job Analysis
  • Recruitment

This segment of the organization socialization model of onboarding has a goal for the employee to acquire knowledge and build relationships.

  • New Employee Characteristics
  • Organizational Tactics
  • New Employee Tactics
  • Outcomes

It is better known as “head hunters”.

  • Campus Recruiters
  • Executive Search Firms
  • Public Employment Agencies
  • Employment Agencies

It is one of a family of techniques that are used to set salary levels.

  • Employment Interview
  • Job Evaluation
  • Recruitment
  • Job Analysis

A type of recruitment that uses different periodicals in recruiting employees.

  • Internet
  • Employment Agencies
  • Point-of-Purchase Methods
  • Media Advertisements

When unemployment rates are low, organizations have to take extra measures to recruit employees.

  • Incentives

What step is NOT included in conducting job analysis?

  • Rate Tasks Statements
  • _Selecting Tests to Tap KSAOs
  • Analyzing the Performance Appraisal
  • Write Tasks Statements

It refers to strategies or methods of executing the recruitment process.

  • Metrics
  • Approaches
  • Strategies
  • KSAO's

An employer typically obtains a mailing list and sends help-wanted letters or brochures to people through the mail.

  • Direct Mail

It is the process of assessing the employees who apply for the job.

  • Sourcing
  • Screening
  • Job Analysis
  • Orientation

It is the written result of the job analysis.

  • Job Analysis
  • Job Description
  • Job Design
  • Job Classification

This recruiting effort usually take one of two forms: employer-based websites and Internet recruiting sites.

  • Internet

This segment of the organizational socialization model of onboarding similarly seek to emphasize relationship building and the communication of knowledge, particularly organizational knowledge that will be useful for the employee when navigating the company.

  • New Employee Characteristics
  • Outcomes
  • Organizational Tactics
  • New Employee Tactics

Recruiting someone from within the organization.

  • Inclusive Recruitment
  • Exclusive Recruitment
  • External Recruitment
  • Internal Recruitment

It yields lists of job activities that can be systematically used to create training programs.

  • Performance Appraisal
  • Job Classification
  • Training
  • Employee _Selection

It is the process based on filtering techniques that ensure added value of choosing a qualified candidate for a position.

  • Organization Development
  • Recruitment
  • Onboarding
  • __Selection

It is the expression of an opinion, either orally or through a written checklist, regarding an applicant’s ability, previous performance, work habits, character, or potential for future success.

  • Résumé
  • Letter of Recommendation
  • Reference Check
  • Reference

These are placed by the applicant rather than by organizations.

  • Situation-Wanted Ads
  • Newspaper Ads
  • Web Source Link
  • Electronic Media

It is determined by the source of the questions, the extent to which all applicants are asked the same questions, and the structure of the system used to score the answers.

  • Style
  • Structure
  • Medium
  • Instrument

Current employees recommend family members and friends for specific job openings.

  • Employee Referrals

This segment of the organizational socialization model of onboarding has a goal of minimizing turnover while maximizing satisfaction.

  • New Employee Tactics
  • Outcomes
  • New Employee Characteristics
  • Organizational Tactics

What is not a source of job analysis?

  • Trained Observers
  • Supervisors
  • Job Incumbents
  • Recruiters

It is when an employer typically obtains a mailing list and sends help-wanted letters or brochures to people through the mail.

  • Direct Mail
  • Snail Mail
  • Electronic Mail
  • Indirect Mail

It involves using several strategies to attract or identify candidates.

  • Screening
  • Orientation
  • Sourcing
  • Job Analysis

It can be used to determine the optimal way in which a job should be performed.

  • Performance Appraisal
  • Job Classification
  • Job Design
  • Training

It is the process by which an employee acquires the necessary skills, knowledge, behaviors, and contacts to effectively transition into a new organization.

  • Recruitment
  • Onboarding
  • _Selection
  • Organization Development

Though this segment of the organizational socialization model of onboarding overlaps with other human resource initiatives, it is central to the strategies used as the employee moves through the orientation process.

  • Organizational Tactics
  • Outcomes
  • New Employee Tactics
  • New Employee Characteristics

It is an application blank or questionnaire containing questions that research has shown measure the difference between successful and unsuccessful performers on a job.

  • Graphology
  • Experience ratings
  • Résumé
  • Biodata

It is the number of job openings No divided by the number of job applicants (N).

  • Validity
  • _Selection Ratio
  • Metrics
  • _Selection Average
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