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    • Judgment and Choice in Personnel Selection 

      Rudin, Joel; Boudreau, John W. (1989-11-01)
      [Excerpt] Imagine that you have set out to buy a used car. You examine eight cars before making your choice, test driving some of them and rejecting others at first glance (due for example to excessive rust). A researcher ...
    • Recruitment Research and Applicant Attraction: What Have We Learned? 

      Rynes, Sara L. (1989-01-01)
      Developing labor shortages are increasing the importance of recruitment to organizations. However, previous recruitment research has provided few operational guidelines for persuading high quality candidates to apply for, ...
    • Recruitment, Job Choice, and Post-Hire Consequences: A Call For New Research Directions 

      Rynes, Sara L. (1989-01-01)
      [Excerpt] "Technology in employee selection is more highly developed than in recruiting or placement; therefore, the major emphasis is on selection Recruiting or placement are not less important processes; to the contrary, ...
    • Selection Utility Analysis: A Review and Agenda for Future Research 

      Boudreau, John W. (1988-01-21)
      [Exerpt] Whether they are line managers, human resource management staff, or organizational psychologists, managers of human resources must make decisions (e.g., hiring, placement, training, compensation, performance ...
    • Utility Analysis for Decisions in Human Resource Management 

      Boudreau, John W. (1988-12-30)
      [Excerpt] This chapter will discuss utility analysis (VA), which attempts to answer such questions by focusing on decisions about human resources. Utility analysis refers to the process that describes, predicts and/or ...