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Testing in selection decisions

G. M. Bolton

Testing in selection decisions

by G. M. Bolton

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Published by NFER-NELSON in Windsor .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Employment tests.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. [41]. - Includes index.

    StatementG.M. Bolton.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsHF5549.5.E5
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiv, 37, [4] p. :
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20991264M
    ISBN 100700506454
    OCLC/WorldCa12279835


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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Bolton, G.M. Testing in selection decisions. Windsor, Berkshire: NFER-NELSON, (OCoLC) Document Type. "This book is unique in offering a fuller point of view of selection rules.

An other feature is that is combines innovation and tradition. This monograph uniquely synthesizes otherwise disparate materials, while establishing connections between classical and modern decision theory/5(3).

How Employee Selection Decisions are Made in Practice Show all authors. Pernilla Bolander. Although not opposed to testing, His most recent book (co-authored with Mats Alvesson) is Constructing research questions: Doing interesting research (Sage ). He is currently carrying out research on professional practice and its by: Get this from a library.

Statistical decision theory: estimation, testing, and selection. [Friedrich Liese; Klaus-J Miescke] -- This monograph is written for advanced graduate students, Ph.

students, and researchers in mathematical statistics and decision theory. All major topics are introduced on a fairly elementary level. To make good selection and placement decisions, a company needs information about the job candidate. Testing and interviewing are two time-tested methods used to get that information.

A detailed interview begins by asking the candidate to describe his work history and then getting as much background on his most recent position (or the position. book on Employee Recruitment, Selection, and Assessment of the Current Issues in Work and Organizational Psychology series contr ibutes to its further development.

References. Highlights are systematic applications to the fields of parameter estimation, testing hypotheses, and selection of populations. With its broad coverage of decision theory that includes results from other more specialized books as well as new material, this book is one of a kind and fills the gap between standard graduate texts in mathematical.

Some organizations also perform reference checks, credit report checks, and background checks. Types of tests are discussed in Section “Testing”. Once the field of candidates has been narrowed down, tests can be administered. Making the offer. The last step in the selection process is to offer a position to the chosen candidate.