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Designing and Implementing Global Selection Systems

Designing and Implementing Global Selection Systems

Ann G. Ryan, Nancy T. Tippins

ISBN: 978-1-405-17992-8

Apr 2009, Wiley-Blackwell

208 pages

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$37.95

Description

Designing and Implementing Global Selection Systems provides insights and essential management tools for planning and implementing an effective global staffing system.
  • Provides the basic principles of employee selection and insights into the challenges of globally standardized selection systems
  • Describes common pitfalls and the most effective best practice strategies for global staffing issues
  • Includes helpful sidebars with examples to assist in making the best choices regarding selection system development and implementation

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Introduction.

Chapter 1: Challenges in Developing and Implementing Global Selection Systems.

Chapter 2: Characteristics of Good Selection Systems.

Chapter 3: Cultural Differences and Their Impact on Selection Systems.

Chapter 4: Legal, Economic, and Other Considerations.

Chapter 5: Best Practices in Design of Global Selection Systems.

Chapter 6: Best Practices in the Implementation of Global Selection Systems.

Chapter 7: Final Thoughts.

References

"Ryan and Tippins have succeeded quite well in summarizing global selection for the layperson." (PsycCRITIQUES, November 2009)
  • Provides the basic principles of employee selection and insights into the challenges of globally standardized selection systems
  • Describes common pitfalls and the most effective best practice strategies for global staffing issues
  • Includes helpful sidebars with examples to assist in making the best choices regarding selection system development and implementation