UNT MGMT 3720 - Human resource policies and practices (14 pages)

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Selection methods, Skill training, Performance evaluations, HR in organizations


Lecture number:
10
Pages:
14
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
University of North Texas
Course:
Mgmt 3720 - Organization Behavior
Edition:
1

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MGMT 3720 Lecture 10 Outline of Last Lecture Chapter 16 Organizational culture I Common characteristics of organizational culture II Functional and dysfunctional effects III Factors that create and sustain organizational culture IV How culture is transmitted to employees V How an ethical culture can be created VI Positive organizational culture VII Spiritual culture VIII National culture effect Outline of Current Lecture Chapter 17 Human resource policies and practices I Substantive selection methods II Contingent selection III Four main types of training IV Informal training methods V On the job and off the job training VI Methods of performance evaluation VII How managers can improve performance evaluations These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute VIII Leadership role in HR organizations Current Lecture Model of selection process in organization 1 Applicant applies for job Initial selection Initial selection devices are the first information applicants submit and are used for preliminary rough cuts to decide whether the applicant meets the basic qualifications for a job Requires an application form Not a good predictor of performance but are a good initial screen During this initial stage the application may undergo background checks such as checking credit histories or criminal records Letters of recommendation are a form of background check 2 Applicant meets basic qualifications Substantive selection This is where it is determined who are the most qualified out of the applicants that met basic qualifications Examples Written tests Performance tests interviews 3 Applicant is among best qualified Contingent selection This is where final checks are made before offering a job to the applicants Examples Drug tests background checks If the applicant comes out positive in drug check or has an unfavorable background check then they will fail the contingency



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