Once a pool of job applicants has been identified, the next step is selection. Selection is the process of screening job applicants to determine and ensure that the most qualified candidates are hired based on skills and organizational fit. Understand how to navigate the selection process and accurately evaluate job candidates using various selection tools, such as interviewing, tests, assessments, and background checks. Learn how to: engage with other stakeholders involved in the selection process to develop selection criteria; recognize the legal and regulatory impact on employment testing and assessment; screen applications; prepare and conduct interviews; assess candidates against the selection criteria; and provide input about the final selection. This class will help you to understand why assessment tools work, how to use them, and how to successfully contribute to the selection process.
Other Credits: 18 hours of continuing education credit
Note: Prerequisites: Managing Human Resources: An Overview (BUSA-40010) and Strategic Talent Acquisition (BUSA-40874), or equivalent experience.
Course Number: BUSA-40902
Credit: 2.00 unit(s)
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