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Special Report on

Personality and Employee Selection

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This is the complete series of scholarly papers and presentations by staff from the School of Business at Bond University. The first Discussion Paper was published in July 1990 and the series ended with Discussion Paper No. 65 in August 1998. Affective events - emotions matrix: a classification of work events and associated emotions , John Basch and Cynthia D. Fisher Mood and emotions while working - missing pieces of job satisfaction , Cynthia D. Fisher Emotions at work: what do people feel and how should we measure it? , Cynthia D. Fisher Personality and employee selection: credibility regained , Cynthia D. Fisher and Gregory ...
which have become popularized by other authors in recent years. From early in his research, Cattell found that the structure of personality was multi-level and hierarchical, with a structure of interdependent primary and secondary level traits (Cattell, 1946, 1957) 1 5 . The sixteen primary factors were a result of factor-analyzing hundreds of measures of everyday behaviors to find the fundamental traits behind them. Then, they discovered the five global (or second-order) factors by factor-analyzing the sixteen primary traits themselves, to find the basic, organizing forces among the sixteen basic traits. Thus, the 16PF test ...
REVIEWS AND OPINIONS
Reviewing your local bottle shop: A shopkeeper's perspective — 99 ...
We work hard to make 99 Bottles a clean, stocked, and organized environment with a great beer selection that’s as fresh as possible with as competitive prices as possible, while assisting and informing those who enter our store. Working long hours — easily reaching or exceeding 75 hours weekly — sometimes takes its toll, especially when some folks are quick to criticize. While I would like everyone who enters our store to leave happy, it is true that not all customers receive as happy of experience as I hope they would. My father tells me this is the nature of retail. I would like to encourage bottle shop ... market research, surveys and trends
FSTS Consulting Announces User-friendly Personality Development ...
With many years in the human resources field, FSTS Consulting (http://www.fstsconsulting.com), has developed two original, inexpensive and user-friendly programs to assist companies in selecting the right candidates; the Personality Development Evaluation and the Job Match Evaluation. One of the most significant issues determining a business's success is employee selection. Hiring the wrong candidate results a substantial waste of time and money. For any business, poor employee selection can be a costly mistake. According to a Harvard University study, mistakes made during the employee selection and hiring process account ... market research, surveys and trends

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PERSONALITY AND EMPLOYEE SELECTION

Recruitment and Selection Practices Survey Report
both recruitment (47 percent) and selection. (41 percent) within the next two years. Recruitment ... postings and employee referrals to recruit candidates ..... Personality and personality measurement. In M.D. Dunnette & L.M. Hough ( Eds.), .... $100 million to $500 million. 21. Between $1 million and $100 million ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Trends in Personality Assessments and Applications
employee retention. • hiring and selection. • leadership development .... Of those, 25 percent are considering using a personality measurement, and .... million people and 5000 organizations worldwide, including corporations, ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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Top four employee motivation tips to retain your best
While the world’s economy stabilizes, many companies across the globe are still working to keep their revenues on target. Because of this, certain companies have put a freeze on hiring new staff, and have even begun to look at which employees should be let go as a way to save money. However, this type of market is one in which corporations, if they are not careful, will lose their star employees to smarter employers that are looking to get ahead. According to Chris Young, the CEO of the Rainmaker Group, a company in North Dakota that serves to help companies improve their work environment and retain employees, talented ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

INFORMATION RESOURCES

Assessing the human element in service personality formation ...
Human resource departments therefore play central roles in the management of service personality, and employee selection devices are ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Fact Sheet on Employment Tests and Selection Procedures
Employers often use tests and other selection procedures to screen applicants for hire and employees for promotion. There are many different types of tests and selection procedures, including cognitive tests, personality tests, medical examinations, credit checks, and criminal background checks. The use of tests and other selection procedures can be a very effective means of determining which applicants or employees are most qualified for a particular job. However, use of these tools can violate the federal anti-discrimination laws if an employer intentionally uses them to discriminate based on race, color, sex, national ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Portland Metropolitan Area Employee Selection Practices: Use of ...
Employee Selection Practices. 3. Personality assessments have been shown to be effective predictors of job performance, and a number ...
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How much importance would you give to a candidates personality ...
Gallup as we know it today actually started out as a company called SRI, or selection research instruments. Our founder, Don Clifton, was one of the leading researchers in the field of selection. Decades of research show that THE single most important factor in selection is talent, or the naturally occuring patterns of thought, feeling, or behavior that can be productively applied. This is in contrast to skills, which can be practiced, or knowledge, which can be learned. Personality is just one natural expression of talent. For example, when selecting candidates for sales roles, we found that competitve personalities tend to ...
Can I give a personality test during the hiring process? - Human ...
I am opening a business that necessitates very close working relationships between many employees and I feel that a personality test would determine if they would work well as a team. I have been told it is not legal to do this. Asked by Laura5150 Posted: Tuesday, April 29, 2008  |  Found in Human Resources There has been a lot of misinformation published regarding the legality of using personality assessments. Unfortunately, many of those articles were written by attorneys who did not differentiate between clinically oriented psychological assessments and pre-employment assessments that were specifically designed ...