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Effective Recruitment and Selection Practices - Sixth - 6th Edition

by: Robert Compton, Bill Morrissey, Alan Nankervis

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Publisher: CCH Oxford Universit,1 May 14

Category: Human Resource Management Level: B/I/A

ISBN: 1925091155
ISBN13: 9781925091151

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Effective Recruitment and Selection Practices was previously published by CCH Australia.

Effective Recruitment and Selection Practices provides practical guidance on the critical issues surrounding recruitment and selection. It gives readers the tools and knowledge to ensure consistency and high quality in their decision-making and practices in the complex and ever-evolving workplace environment.

This title keeps users up-to-date with changes and developments in practices due to technology, workplace tends and the current economic situation. It also included a table that enables TAFE Teachers to map the contents of the book to TAFE units of competency

Authors:
Robert Compton - Conjoint Associate Professor, Newcastle Business School, University of Newcastle

Bill Morrissey - Academic, Newcastle Business School, University of Newcastle

Alan Nankervis - Adjunct Professor, Curtin Business School, Curtain University