Recruitment and Selection
In a highly competitive business world, an organization’s staff can determine whether a company profits or perishes. This course presents recruitment and selection as an essential component in recruitment planning. The role of recruitment and selection is examined in relation to an organization’s overall profitability or viability. Through a blend of theory and application, the course introduces students to a wide range of issues, principles, practices and trends in recruitment and selection.
Upon successful completion of this course, the student will have reliably demonstrated the ability to:
1. Describe the importance and relevance of recruitment and selection to Canadian Organizations.
2. Identify the major legal issues affecting recruitment and selection, and discuss recruitment and selection systems that meet legal requirements.
3. Explain and apply the requirements for measures used in staff selection and recruitment to evaluate applicants fairly and in an unbiased fashion.
4. Illustrate the role of competencies and performance management in recruitment and selection.
5. Evaluate the role that human resources planning, organizational and job analysis have in selection.
6. Develop and participate in an interview process.
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