(nonverbal, linguistic, extralinguistic, and spatial behaviors)
7. Ch.10 - 5 -- In the followingsituations, decide whether youwoulduse a personal interview, telephone survey, or self-administered questionnaire. Give your reasons.
(a) A survey of the residents of a new subdivision on why...
about past behaviours.
2. Situational interview: Candidates are asked what their behaviour would be in a given situation.
3. Behavioural interview: Candidates are asked how they have reacted to actual situations in the past.
4. Stress interview: Interviewer tries to make the applicants...
Outline the various uses to which data from the job analysis can be put and discuss, in detail the steps youwould take in accomplishing this task.
Job Analysis: Overview
Job Analysis is a process to identify and determine in detail the particular job duties and requirements and the...
designed to test the proposed relationships between organizational diversity perspectives and applicants’ perceptions of organizations. The first follows a two-phase between-subject design, while the second uses a within-subject policy-capturing methodology. Results, implications, and conclusions are...
, what is the p-value? What action
c. If a sample mean of x 15.82 ounces were found, what is the p-value? What action
d. Use the critical value approach. What is the rejection rule for the preceding hypothesis testing procedure? Repeat parts (b) and (c...
conducting a study of a tribal community, measuring devices help the researcher in classifying cultural patterns and behaviors. • Measurement also makes it possible to quantify variables and use statistical techniques to analyze the data gathered. • Measurement enables the researcher to classify...
were performed in a traditional office environment?
b) Whatprocedures do you recommend for recruiting and hiring a telecommuter? Are the proceduresyou recommend different than the proceduresyouwoulduse if the job were performed in a traditional office environment?
c) What changes wouldyou make...
questions and rating systems used during the interview process.
Types of Interviews
I. Unstructured Interview Involves a procedure where different questions may be asked of different applicants.
II. Situational Interview Candidates are interviewed about what actions they would take in...
physics. Discuss each picture briefly.
Key to answers on page 21
Whatyou will do
Classify whether the following technologies/events/processes of physics apply to the
home, transportation, industry, sports, amusement or communication.
Technology / Process / Event
letters and telephone calls.
Letters of reference carried by the applicant are of little value; one knows what is in them.
Psychological Tests - The next step in the procedure outlined above is that of testing.
Most of the larger companies that can afford to have a more detailed and accurate selection...
purpose and reasons for the
experiment. Ask subjects what they thought was occurring.
12. Examine data collected and make comparisons between different groups. Where
appropriate, use statistics and graphs to determine whether or not the hypothesis is
Q. Classify this research on...
situation to another, the general process remains constant. In this chapter, we introduce
the general procedure for a hypothesistest. You should notice that we use the statistical
techniques that have been developed in the preceding three chapters—that is, we combine the concepts of z-scores...
, and job-related questions are most important.
In situational interview, the hiring manager asks candidate what his/her behavior would be in a given situation.
In behavioral interview, we ask candidate to describe how they reacted to actual situations in the past.
In job-related interview, the...
how to do the test or
what it was for’. It would seem that providing
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applicants with information about written
selection tests prior to administration (a
relatively cost-free intervention) may...
research design will express both the structure problem and the plan of investigation used to obtain empirical evidence on relations of the problem. The writer will use the descriptive study and test of hypothesis. Descriptive study is done to describe about situation and the relation of variables...
c. pay equity
d. labour inequity
10. What process can youuse to ensure the job analysis is anchored into the context of an organization’s mission
a. person analysis
b. needs analysis
c. organizational analysis
d. human resource planning
11. What data would need to be included...
. Consider your production schedule. Which Graphic Should YouUse? What is the best use of each of the following types of graphics? Tables Bar charts Pie charts Line charts Flow charts Maps Drawings Organization charts
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allowed, and the questions asked are much, much more systematic and rigidly controlled than is the case in the interview. The examiner consistently must use the same timing and procedures for all applicants. He comes out with objective scores of their performance on the tests. Test scores are...