Assessment Methods in Recruitment, Selection & Performance: A Manager's Guide to Psychometric Testing, Interviews and Assessment Centres
This book is a comprehensive guide that examines the formal assessment methods used in both recruitment and performance management. A thorough examination of the principles underpinning assessment methods along with practical applications are provided. The use of assessment centres, psychometrics and structured interviews are thoroughly examined along with practical advice on their use. Examination of the design and applications of performance management systems in day to day decision making about individuals, appraisal, reward and succession planning is included.
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Performance management background and approaches
Statistics and standards in psychometrics I
Statistics and standards in psychometrics II
Tests and selection the developing context
Psychometrics and selection the practice
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