Card Set Information
Which positions and how many
Know the labor market
Make the decision
Notify the candidate
Job service agencies
Social networking sites
Online interview and virtual world (Second Life)
Kinds of Selection Process Tests
Job-related ability test
What's wrong with interviews?
Interviewers tend to overweigh negative information
Interviewers tend to base their hiring decisions on very limited data.
Interviews are very vulnerable to contrast and order effects.
Interview is labor intensive and expensive.
What interviews do well
Learn about technical applicants' abilities
Assess applicants' problem-solving skills
Assess applicants' verbal and presentation skills
Situational Interview Questions
Hypothetical situations where the applicant explains in detail how they would handle the situation
Behavioral Interview Questions
Ask applicant to reflect on his/her past experience
Consider when Evaluating Recruiting and Selection
Number of applicants
Quality of applicants
Average cost of filling in a vacancy
Average time of filling in a vacancy
Realistic Job Preview
Giving friends realistic preview of the company and position from employee referral.
Method of Internet Recruiting
Requires basic computer skills
Test of general intelligence.
Test your personality type.
Valid, but not perfect.
Job-Related Ability Test
Test "on the job" abilities.
Ask any questions that come to interviewers at any time.
Ask everyone the same set of well-designed questions.