Ode to the Bills There once was a team off the shores of Lake Erie Where opponents once feared as the weather was dreary The road to the Super Bowl once came through this city The wagons were circled … Continue reading
Have you ever returned anything to a store before to get your money back? I deal with this on a daily basis as a manager. Yesterday’s return product might surprise you but it is in line with company policy that … Continue reading
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Following is a list of things that annoy me during dinner hour: 1. People who point with their forks with food splashing from it 2. People who reach over your plate for something 3. People who actually ask me if … Continue reading
Arapahoe Community College Critique of a Company’s Selection Procedures Various Perspectives Daniel E. Shalik 5/6/2010 Selection Process “Selection is the process of making a “hire” or “no hire” decision regarding each applicant for a job.” (Luis R. Gomez-Mejia) Selection is … Continue reading
Daniel Shalik What motivates you? Money? Power? Flexibility? Why do some things motivate you, and other things de-motivate you? As a supervisor, why would it be useful to know this about your employees? Obviously money is a necessity which satisfies … Continue reading
Empirical validity is the ultimate goal of the hiring agents of a human resources department while undergoing recruitment activities. This is established by applicants who receive high scores on their selection method examinations and turn out to be better … Continue reading