Designed as a resource for practitioners, this work shows how competence-based human resource management techniques can be applied to employment interviews, yielding high rates of employment success while maintaining a nondiscriminatory hiring process.
This completely rewritten edition of the bestselling The Employment Interview Handbook provides a comprehensive review of various streams of research into employment interviewing, including: the validity and fairness of interview outcomes; assessment of person-organization `it'; factors affecting the interviewer's decision-making process; and applicant perspectives on the process of interviewing, including impression management. The book concludes with a summary of the volume's implications for theory building, research methods and effective practice.
From recruitment to orientation, this updated and accessible guide covers it all. Recruiting, Interviewing, Selecting Orienting New Employees has long been the go-to reference on every aspect of the employment process. Packed with forms, checklists, guidelines, and ready-to-use interview questions, the revised and updated fifth edition provides readers with practical information on topics including interview methods, documentation issues, reference-checking, orientation programs, and applicant testing. The fifth edition has been brought completely up-to-date, addressing new legislation on FMLA, immigration, record keeping, I-9 compliance, and much more. Full of insights on the latest staffing challenges, this comprehensive guide explores changes in technology such as virtual interviews and recruitment, web-based orientations, and the use of electronic files and social media. Nothing is more important to the productivity of an organization than its hiring program. Recruiting, Interviewing, Selecting Orienting New Employees provides readers with the tools they need to get employees on board and ready for long-term success.
The skills needed to conduct all types of business interviews and ensure legal compliance. Here is the book that can turn non-interviewers into good interviewers—and good interviewers into great interviewers. Whether you're a general manager or human resources specialist, the fact is that you do some interviewing (formally or informally) virtually every day. This book will help you sharpen such skills as open-ended questioning, active listening, and reading body language—all essential in a variety of management situations. You’ll learn to apply these techniques to 12 types of business interviews, from hiring and coaching to assessment and termination. You’ll even gain practice in dea...