Recruitment and Selection
Strategies for Workforce Planning & Assessment
- Carrie A. Picardi - University of Bridgeport, USA
Human Resource Management | Occupational/Industrial Psychology | Recruitment
Password-protected Instructor Resources include the following:
- Editable, chapter-specific PowerPoint® slides that offer flexibility when creating multimedia lectures so you don’t have to start from scratch but you can customize to your exact needs.
- Test banks in Word format provide a diverse range of pre-written options as well as the opportunity to edit any question and/or insert your own personalized questions to effectively assess students’ progress and understanding.
“If you are searching for a textbook that has the perfect balance of breadth and depth of the topics covered in staffing—then please consider adopting Picardi’s textbook. Additionally, and more importantly, it is also perfect blend of theory and practice as every chapter ends with thought provoking application based material such as case analysis etc. in addition to the ancillary materials provided by the author for both students and faculty.”
“Picardi provides an easy-to-read and follow text that covers all the major elements of the recruitment and selection process while providing practical applications and opportunities.”
“The strength of this text is the emphasis on the importance of the job analysis and how it flows throughout the staffing process.”
“Written by a seasoned practitioner, this book is full of real-world insight into staffing and recruiting. The text is accessible to the student or new HR practitioner working to understand the strategic and aspects of recruiting, along with the necessary compliance considerations and great how-to tools throughout.”
“The book is very informative on staffing with relevant examples from several organizations.”
“An excellent “how to” approach for recruitment and selection. This textbook develops skills that transfer learning to the work environment, which translates to saving time, money and resources for the individual and organization.”
The text is very good. It has good academic content and cases.
Sample Materials & Chapters
1. Introduction to Workforce Planning and Assessment