Online Recruiting and Selection: Innovations in Talent Acquisition

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John Wiley & Sons, Jun 2, 2009 - Business & Economics - 232 pages
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In Online Recruiting and Selection, Reynolds and Weiner provide an accessible introduction to implementing and operating Web-based tools for hiring in organizations.
  • Discusses recent trends and their implications for new advancements in the field of technology-based hiring
  • Explains key factors for developing an effective recruiting web site, choosing the right assessment tools, and designing integrated talent acquisition systems
  • Discusses issues such as the proper environment for deploying tests and other assessments, the implications of global access, and data security and privacy policies
  • Reviews regulations and professional standards for measurement and personnel selection, including new rules governing the treatment of Internet job applicants, the Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing, and the Principles for the Validation and Use of Personnel Selection Procedures

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Contents

The Context and Business Case
3
Better Faster
13
The Technology Landscape
19
Copyright

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About the author (2009)

Douglas H. Reynolds, Ph.D., is the Vice President of Assessment Technology for Development Dimensions International (DDI). Doug’s work is focused on the design of assessments used for workforce selection and career development. He has implemented large-scale assessment programs with many Fortune 500 companies and several federal agencies. Doug focuses much of his work on the use of Internet technologies to support HR systems in large organizations.

John A. Weiner, M.A., is Vice President of Research Strategy and Products at PSI Services, LLC, where he is responsible for the strategic direction of PSI’s assessment products and services for employee selection and development. Over a 25-year career in the assessment industry, John has led the development and implementation of sound and legally defensible instruments and systems for talent acquisition in hundreds of business and government organizations. He has worked extensively in the design and implementation of automated assessment systems.

Series Editor:
Steven G. Rogelberg, Ph.D., is Professor and Director of Organizational Science at the University of North Carolina Charlotte. He is a prolific and nationally recognized scholar. Besides his academic work, he founded and/or led three successful talent management consulting organizations/units.

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