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Lecture 10

HRMT-318 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Mechanical Aptitude


Department
Human Resource Management
Course Code
HRMT-318
Professor
A N O N Y M O U S
Lecture
10

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V. Selection Process and its Importance
Personnel and Selection Process
The process through which organizations make decisions about who will or
will not be
allowed to join the organization
Selection begins with the candidates identified through recruitment attempts
to reduce
their number to the individuals best qualified to perform the available jobs
At the end of the process, the selected individuals are placed in jobs with
the
organization
The process of selecting employees varies considerably from organization
to
organization and from job to job
Reasons for Proper Selection of Employees
Company Objectives are better achieved by workers who have been
properly selected
An incompetent worker is a liability to the company
Personnel requirements vary from job to job
People have varying degrees of intelligence, aptitudes, and abilities
Labor laws protect employees, making it difficult to fire incompetent and
problem
employees
Individuals have different interests, goals and objectives in life
Careless hiring is costly and can cause problems to the company, especially
to the
supervisors and managers who have to deal with the workers
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