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Recruitment, assessment, and personnel selection
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The impetus for this volume came from the editors' belief that most current research and thinking about personnel selection and assessment in organizations considered only the perspective of the employer. The job applicant seeking to join the organization or the employee being considered for promotion or reassignment was typically given little attention from the designers of employment or assessment systems. They believed that this imbalance had several negative implications: 1. Organizational selection and assessment appeared to be the principal area within work and organizational psychology that had forgotten a basic ...
has two very good focal articles with, as always, several thought-provoking commentaries following each. This post will review the first article and I'll cover the next in the following post. The first focal article, by Cary Cherniss, attempts to provide some clarity to the debate over emotional intelligence (EI). In it, Cherniss makes several key arguments, including: - While there is disagreement over the best way to measure EI, there is considerable agreement over its definition. Cherniss adopts Mayer, et al.'s definition of " the ability to perceive and express ... Read More
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