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Personnel Selection and Personality
Personnel Selection and Personality
Ioannis Nikolaou Konstantina Foti

The field of employee recruitment and selection has traditionally been one of the most energetic and active domains of research and practice in the field of Work and Organizational Psychology. Numerous psychology graduates are employed in Human Resource Management (HRM) consultancies, HRM departments, and specialized work psychology/psychological testing firms that are involved in recruitment, selection, and assessment. Moreover, it has also been one of the first fields to attract the attention of researchers and practitioners in both Europe and the United States (Salgado et al., 2010). Therefore, the current book would not be complete without a chapter devoted to the role of personality in the ...

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