Packed with the latest research, court findings, and best practices from the field, Gatewood/Feild/Barrick's HUMAN RESOURCE SELECTION, 8E equips students and practitioners alike with the tools to develop and implement effective selection programs within today's unique organizations. Extremely reader friendly, the text's engaging presentation focuses on the most important legal, global and ethical concerns; psychometric measurement concepts; job analysis; predictors of job performance; criteria measures; and much more. It introduces future and current practitioners to the most popular selection tools−as well as the technical challenges. Completely current, the Eighth Edition includes new coverage of social media and the selection process, job performance and analysis, simulation testing, testing for counterproductive work behaviors, and much more.
Table of Contents
PART I: FOUNDATION FOR A SELECTION PROGRAM.
1. An Introduction to Selection.
2. Job Performance Concepts and Measures.
3. Job Analysis in Human Resource Selection.
4. Legal Issues in Selection.
5. Recruitment of Applicants.
PART II: MEASUREMENT IN SELECTION.
6. Human Resource (HR) Measurement in Selection.
7. Reliability of Selection Measures.
8. Validity of Selection Procedures.
PART III: SELECTION MEASURES.
9. Application Forms and Bio Data Assessments, Training and Experience Evaluations, and Reference Checks.
10. Selection Interview.
11. Ability Tests for Selection.
12. Personality Assessment for Selection.
13. Simulation Tests for Selection.
14. Testing for Counterproductive Work Behaviors.
PART IV: USING SELECTION DATA.
15. Strategies for Selection Decision Making.