Personnel Selection: Adding Value Through People

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John Wiley & Sons, Apr 15, 2009 - Psychology - 368 pages
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Clear and accessible, Personnel Selection will continue to be the guide that students and professionals alike turn to for practical advice in this complex field.
  • Fully updated edition of highly successful text
  • Clear, accessible and practical in its approach
  • Now includes emotional intelligence and counterproductive work behaviours – not covered in any other text at this level
 

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Contents

Adding Value Through People 5e CHAPTER 1 Old and new selection methods
1
Adding Value Through People 5e CHAPTER 2 Validity of selection methods
23
Adding Value Through People 5e CHAPTER 3 Job description and job analysis
54
Adding Value Through People 5e CHAPTER 4 The interview
70
Adding Value Through People 5e CHAPTER 5 References and ratings
94
Adding Value Through People 5e CHAPTER 6 Tests of mental ability
109
Adding Value Through People 5e CHAPTER 7 Assessing personality by questionnaire
136
Adding Value Through People 5e CHAPTER 8 Alternative ways of assessing personality
170
Adding Value Through People 5e CHAPTER 11 Emotional intelligence and other methods
220
Adding Value Through People 5e CHAPTER 12 Criteria of work performance
239
Adding Value Through People 5e CHAPTER 13 Minorities fairness and the law
260
Adding Value Through People 5e CHAPTER 14 The value of good employees
283
Adding Value Through People 5e CHAPTER 15 Conclusions
300
Adding Value Through People 5e References
310
Adding Value Through People 5e Author Index
339
Adding Value Through People 5e Subject Index
347

Adding Value Through People 5e CHAPTER 9 Biodata and weighted application blanks
187
Adding Value Through People 5e CHAPTER 10 Assessment centres
203

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Mark Cook is a Lecturer in Psychology at Swansea University.

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