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Selection and placement

Selection and placement Outlines various processes necessary to recruit and retain winning and leading employees. Asserts it is important to have a clear conception of objectives in staffing and placement of personnel, also there must be available specific human resources directed towards the accomplishment of these objectives. Argues that selection must be done in a professional manner and stresses the importance of job analyses for all positions. Suggests a number of qualities which a successful manager will look for and inculcate in all employees. Discusses the concept of the participative work environment and proposes a number of strategies for recruitment. Considers the implications for practice and describes selection techniques with the development of interview questions specifically for key groups. Concludes that management must realise quality staffing is a must and that growth and stability can be achieved only when the proper care is taken to ensure an individuals fit into the organizations culture. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Managing Service Quality Emerald Publishing

Selection and placement

Managing Service Quality , Volume 1 (4): 8 – Apr 1, 1991

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Publisher
Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
ISSN
0960-4529
DOI
10.1108/09604529110028670
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Abstract

Outlines various processes necessary to recruit and retain winning and leading employees. Asserts it is important to have a clear conception of objectives in staffing and placement of personnel, also there must be available specific human resources directed towards the accomplishment of these objectives. Argues that selection must be done in a professional manner and stresses the importance of job analyses for all positions. Suggests a number of qualities which a successful manager will look for and inculcate in all employees. Discusses the concept of the participative work environment and proposes a number of strategies for recruitment. Considers the implications for practice and describes selection techniques with the development of interview questions specifically for key groups. Concludes that management must realise quality staffing is a must and that growth and stability can be achieved only when the proper care is taken to ensure an individuals fit into the organizations culture.

Journal

Managing Service QualityEmerald Publishing

Published: Apr 1, 1991

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