Handbook of Employee Selection

  • Filename: handbook-of-employee-selection.
  • ISBN: 0805864377
  • Release Date: 2010
  • Number of pages: 1001
  • Author: James L. Farr
  • Publisher: Routledge Academic

The Handbook of Employee Selection provides a comprehensive review of a) contemporary personnel selection instruments, including the technical methodology for their development and evaluation of their effectiveness, b) the organizational systems necessary for the effective and efficient use of personnel selection methods as part of organizations human resource management approach, and c) the societal and organizational factors that provide the context within which personnel selection is nested. The Handbook will include descriptions of specific examples of personnel selection procedures that have had major impact on the development of personnel selection function within organizations, as well as discussions of current and future trends in employee selection around the world.

The Employee Recruitment and Retention Handbook

  • Filename: the-employee-recruitment-and-retention-handbook.
  • ISBN: 0814405525
  • Release Date: 2001
  • Number of pages: 402
  • Author: Diane Arthur
  • Publisher: AMACOM Div American Mgmt Assn

Today’s best workers are demanding more before signing on--and requiring more to stay. How does a company find and hang on to great talent? Competition for skilled employees is fierce! This book provides comprehensive, practical advice to employers to get and keep the people they need. It covers such vital topics as what workers want--including a sense of making a real impact in their jobs and getting learning opportunities; why workers leave--sometimes just because they can (it’s so easy to find a new job), often because they feel undervalued or bored where they are; and what best-practice companies are doing to attract and retain the talent necessary to remain competitive. Expert Diane Arthur discusses: * Both traditional and new strategies, including a huge array of special incentives and perks * Online recruiting via sites like Monster.com or a company’s own Web site * Successful programs from Cisco Systems, Bank of Boston, Eli Lilly, McDonald’s, and dozens of other companies, including many small firms * Competency-based recruiting and interviewing, contingent workers, telecommuting and other alternative work arrangements, future trends, and more.

The Blackwell Handbook of Personnel Selection

  • Filename: the-blackwell-handbook-of-personnel-selection.
  • ISBN: 9781405144667
  • Release Date: 2009-02-04
  • Number of pages: 552
  • Author: Arne Evers
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

The Blackwell Handbook of Personnel Selection provides a state-of-the-art review of theory, research, and professional practice in the field of selection and assessment. Reviews research and practical developments in all of the main selection methods, including interviews, psychometric tests, assessment centres, and work sample tests. Considers selection from the organization’s and the applicant’s perspective, and covers the use of new technology in selection and adverse impact issues. Each section includes contributions from internationally eminent authors based in North America and Europe.

The Employee Retention Handbook

  • Filename: the-employee-retention-handbook.
  • ISBN: 0852929633
  • Release Date: 2002
  • Number of pages: 279
  • Author: Stephen Taylor
  • Publisher: CIPD Publishing

Staff turnover is a key issue for HR executives. It costs your organisation money and time. Stephen Taylor looks at the causes of staff turnover and the most effective ways of measuring, costing, predicting and preventing it. With six detailed case studies covering retailers, graduates, engineers, professional services, call centres and the police, this book offers you effective approaches to solve your retention issues.

Armstrong s Handbook of Human Resource Management Practice

  • Filename: armstrong-s-handbook-of-human-resource-management-practice.
  • ISBN: 9780749465513
  • Release Date: 2012-05-03
  • Number of pages: 792
  • Author: Michael Armstrong
  • Publisher: Kogan Page Publishers

Armstrong's Handbook of Human Resource Management is the classic text for all students and practitioners of HRM. Providing a complete resource for understanding and implementing HR in relation to the needs of the business as a whole, it includes in-depth coverage of all the key areas essential to the HR function.The 12th edition has been radically updated to create a cutting-edge textbook, which encourages and facilitates effective learning. Comprehensive online support material is provided for the instructor, student and now also the practitioner, providing a complete resource for teaching and self-learning. The text has been updated to include all the latest developments in HRM and now includes two new sections covering HR skills and toolkits.

Principles of Topological Psychology

  • Filename: principles-of-topological-psychology.
  • ISBN: 9781443727051
  • Release Date: 2008-11
  • Number of pages: 360
  • Author: Kurt Lewin
  • Publisher: Munshi Press

EXPERIMENTS IN PSYCHOLOGY Davis PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING Dorcus and Jones HANDBOOK OF EMPLOYEE SELECTION Dunlap RELIGION ITS FUNCTIONS IN HUMAN LIFE Ghiselli and Brown PERSONNEL AND INDUSTRIAL PSYCHOLOGY Gray PSYCHOLOGY IN HUMAN AFFAIRS Guilford FUNDAMENTAL STATISTICS IN PSYCHOLOGY AND EDUCA TION Guilford PSYCHOMETRIC METHODS Hurlock ADOLESCENT DEVELOPMENT Hurlock CHILD DEVELOPMENT Johnson ESSENTIALS OF PSYCHOLOGY Krech and Crutchfield THEORY AND PROBLEMS OF SOCIAL PSY CHOLOGY Lewin A DYNAMIC THEORY OF PERSONALITY Lewin PRINCIPLES OF TOPOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY Maier FRUSTRATION Maier and Schneirla PRINCIPLES OF ANIMAL PSYCHOLOGY Miller EXPERIMENTS IN SOCIAL PROCESS Moore PSYCHOLOGY FOR BUSINESS AND INDUSTRY Morgan and Stellar PHYSIOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY Page ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY Pillsbury AN ELEMENTARY PSYCHOLOGY or THE ABNORMAL Reymert FEELINGS AND EMOTIONS Richards MODERN CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY Seashore PSYCHOLOGY OF Music Seward SEX AND THE SOCIAL ORDER Stagner PSYCHOLOGY OF PERSONALITY Wallin PERSONALITY MALADJUSTMENTS AND MENTAL HYGIENE John F. Dashiell was Consulting Editor of this series from its inception in 1931 until January 1, 1950. PRINCIPLES OF TOPOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY BY KURT LEWIN Professo r of Child Psychology, Iowa Child-Welfare Research Station University of Iowa TRANSLATED BY FRITZ HEIDER Assistant Professor, Department of Education, Smith College AND GRACE M. HEIDER FIRST EDITION SDCTEC IMPRESSION McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY, INC, NEW YORK AND LONDON 1936 COPYRIGHT, 1936, BY THE MCGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY, INC. PRINTED IN THE UNITED STA1ES OP AMERICA All rights reserved. This book, or parts thereof j may not be reproduced in any form without permission of the publishers. THE MAPLE PRESSCOMPANY, YORK, PA, To THE HEBREW UNIVERSITY Jerusalem PREFACE DR. WOLFGANG KOHLER Swarthmore College Swarthmore, Pa. DEAR KOHLER This book is the result of a very slow growth. I remember the moment when more than ten years ago it occurred to me that the figures on the blackboard which were to illustrate some problems for a group in psychology might after all be not merely illustrations but representations of real concepts. Much interested in the theory of science, I had already in 1912 as a student defended the thesis against a then fully accepted philo sophical dictum that psychology, dealing with manifolds of coexist ing facts, would be finally forced to use not only the concept of time but that of space too. Knowing something of the general theory of point sets, I felt vaguely that the young mathematical discipline topology might be of some help in making psychology a real science. I began studying topology and making use of its concepts, which soon appeared to me particularly fitted to the specific problems of psychology. However, this undertaking expanded rapidly, forcing me to consider wider and wider fields of psychology and to face more and more involved problems. That is the reason why this book has seen quite a number of unfinished and unpublished editions, and why it does not yet contain the vector psychology. The main diffi culty has not been the mastering of the mathematical problems as uch, at least insofar as the topological problems are concerned. After several attempts to employ the more complicated concepts of topology, I found it both sufficient and more fruitful to refer to the most simple topological concepts only. Vector psychology will, of course, require a moreelaborate mathematical setup and will in all probability even make it-necessary to enter a somewhat undeveloped field of mathematics. But the main difficulty was the dealing with problems which lie, so to say, between psychology and mathematics...

Humanitarian Work Psychology

  • Filename: humanitarian-work-psychology.
  • ISBN: 9781137015228
  • Release Date: 2012-04-11
  • Number of pages: 359
  • Author: S. C Carr
  • Publisher: Springer

Contextualizing Humanitarian work in history, justice, methods and professional ethics, this book articulates process skills for transformational partnerships between diverse organizations, motivating education, organisational learning and selecting the disaster workforce.

The Blackwell Handbook of Personnel Selection

  • Filename: the-blackwell-handbook-of-personnel-selection.
  • ISBN: 9781405144667
  • Release Date: 2009-02-04
  • Number of pages: 552
  • Author: Arne Evers
  • Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

The Blackwell Handbook of Personnel Selection provides a state-of-the-art review of theory, research, and professional practice in the field of selection and assessment. Reviews research and practical developments in all of the main selection methods, including interviews, psychometric tests, assessment centres, and work sample tests. Considers selection from the organization’s and the applicant’s perspective, and covers the use of new technology in selection and adverse impact issues. Each section includes contributions from internationally eminent authors based in North America and Europe.

Handbook of Strategic Recruitment and Selection

  • Filename: handbook-of-strategic-recruitment-and-selection.
  • ISBN: 9781780528113
  • Release Date: 2013-12-10
  • Number of pages: 475
  • Author: Bernard O'Meara
  • Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

This theory-based text with unique features that distinguish it from other books in the field. The inclusion of a strategic component differentiates it from most other books. However, the application of systems theory to recruitment and selection sets this book apart. While it includes mainstream topics such as interviews, job analysis and question

The Handbook of Work Analysis

  • Filename: the-handbook-of-work-analysis.
  • ISBN: 9781136486838
  • Release Date: 2013-05-13
  • Number of pages: 818
  • Author: Mark Alan Wilson
  • Publisher: Routledge

This new handbook, with contributions from experts around the world, is the most comprehensive treatise on work design and job analysis practice and research in over 20 years. The handbook, dedicated to Sidney Gael, is the next generation of Gael’s successful Job Analysis Handbook for Business, Industry and Government, published by Wiley in 1988. It consists of four parts: Methods, Systems, Applications and Research/Innovations. Finally, a tightly integrated, user-friendly handbook, of interest to students, practitioners and researchers in the field of Industrial Organizational Psychology and Human Resource Management. Sample Chapter available: Chapter 24, Training Needs Assessment by Eric A. Surface is available for download.

Handbook of Personality at Work

  • Filename: handbook-of-personality-at-work.
  • ISBN: 9781134055869
  • Release Date: 2013-07-18
  • Number of pages: 952
  • Author: Neil Christiansen
  • Publisher: Routledge

Personality has emerged as a key factor when trying to understand why people think, feel, and behave the way they do at work. Recent research has linked personality to important aspects of work such as job performance, employee attitudes, leadership, teamwork, stress, and turnover. This handbook brings together into a single volume the diverse areas of work psychology where personality constructs have been applied and investigated, providing expert review and analysis based on the latest advances in the field.

The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Climate and Culture

  • Filename: the-oxford-handbook-of-organizational-climate-and-culture.
  • ISBN: 9780199860715
  • Release Date: 2014
  • Number of pages: 730
  • Author: Benjamin Schneider
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

The Oxford Handbook of Organizational Climate and Culture presents the breadth of topics from Industrial and Organizational Psychology and Organizational Behavior through the lenses of organizational climate and culture. The Handbook reveals in great detail how in both research and practice climate and culture reciprocally influence each other. The details reveal the many practices that organizations use to acquire, develop, manage, motivate, lead, and treat employees both at home and in the multinational settings that characterize contemporary organizations. Chapter authors are both expert in their fields of research and also represent current climate and culture practice in five national and international companies (3M, McDonald's, the Mayo Clinic, PepsiCo and Tata). In addition, new approaches to the collection and analysis of climate and culture data are presented as well as new thinking about organizational change from an integrated climate and culture paradigm. No other compendium integrates climate and culture thinking like this Handbook does and no other compendium presents both an up-to-date review of the theory and research on the many facets of climate and culture as well as contemporary practice. The Handbook takes a climate and culture vantage point on micro approaches to human issues at work (recruitment and hiring, training and performance management, motivation and fairness) as well as organizational processes (teams, leadership, careers, communication), and it also explicates the fact that these are lodged within firms that function in larger national and international contexts.

The Talent Management Handbook

  • Filename: the-talent-management-handbook.
  • ISBN: 9780071436120
  • Release Date: 2003-09-22
  • Number of pages: 450
  • Author: Lance Berger
  • Publisher: McGraw Hill Professional

The Talent Management Handbook explains how organizations can identify and get the most out of “high-potential people” by developing and promoting them to key positions. The book explains: 1. A system for integrating three human resources “building blocks”: organizational competencies, performance appraisal, and forecasting employee/manager potential 2. Six human resources conditions necessary for organization excellence 3. How to link your employee assessment process to career planning and development The Talent Management Handbook will help you design career plans that boost employee morale, as well as create and sustain excellence in your organization. It is full of simple, efficient, easy-to-follow methods for assessing, planning, and developing high-value people to meet your organization’s current and future needs. And it will help you combine your organization’s diverse human resources activities into a single, cogent system. Featuring best practices from leading companies as well as contributions from field experts who hold top positions in such leading HR consultancies as AON Consulting, The Hay Group, Hewitt Associates, Right Management Consulting. Sibson Consulting, and Towers Perrin, The Talent Management Handbook is an authoritative resource for creating and maintaining excellence in your organization through people management.

Handbook of Research in International Human Resource Management

  • Filename: handbook-of-research-in-international-human-resource-management.
  • ISBN: 9781136677670
  • Release Date: 2012-10-02
  • Number of pages: 256
  • Author: Michael M. Harris
  • Publisher: Psychology Press

Handbook of Research in International Human Resource Management, a book in LEA’s Organization and Management Series, provides a sophisticated, in-depth examination of research in international human resource management (IHRM). Editor Michael M. Harris compiles research in IHRM that is otherwise fragmented across numerous journals and conducted from several different approaches. In so doing, Harris recommends new directions and hypotheses to guide future researchers. This well-organized and much needed volume explores topics ranging from how to conduct international human resource management using both qualitative and quantitative methods, to defining “culture”, employee selection, performance management, union-management relations, and careers. Distinguished scholars discuss: national culture and cultural effects methodological issues in IHRM international performance management and appraisal international compensation international labor relations expatriate management. Handbook of Research in International Human Resource Management is a timely reference for all professors, graduate students, and advanced practitioners in the rapidly growing area of human resource management whose work is conducted in an international context, and can be used in courses on international business, international human resources, and IO psychology.

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