Cases in Human Resource Management provides students with insights into common challenges, dilemmas, and issues human resource managers face in the workplace. Using a wide variety of well-known companies and organizations, author David Kimball engages students with original, real-world cases that illustrate HRM topics and functions in action. Each case is designed to encourage students to find new solutions to human resource issues and to stimulate class discussion. Case questions challenge students to think critically, apply concepts, and develop their HRM skills. The contents are organized using the same topical coverage and structure as most HRM textbooks, making Kimball the ideal companion for any introductory HRM course.

Selecting New Employees

Selecting New Employees
Selecting New Employees
Case 6.1. The Selection Process: Searching for a New Faculty Member . . . What Step in the Selection Process Are We in Today?

There are many potential steps in the selection process to complete when conducting a search process to fill an open position. Most important, companies need to follow the Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Process (UGESP) to avoid discriminatory hiring practices. The guidelines were designed to ensure that organizations were using nondiscriminatory employment practices so they would be in compliance under the Civil Rights Act of 1964, often referred to as Title VII.1

The following steps are part of ...

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