Recruiting, Interviewing, Selecting & Orienting New Employees

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Index
aaede.org, 64
achievement tests, 237
acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS), 97
action words, in job description, 80–81
active listening skills, 133, 164–165
Acxiom, 261
administrators for testing, 229, 230
adverse impact, 227
advertising, advantages and disadvantages for recruiting, 40
affirmative action, 108–110
Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967 (ADEA), 96
record-keeping requirements, 106 and testing, 227
aggressive applicants, interviewing, 193
airplane banners for recruiting, 49, 50
alcohol testing, employer liability related to, 227
aliens, employment of illegal, 100, 250
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), 35
American Personnel and Guidance Association, 237
American Psychological Association, 230, 237
Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA), 79, 97–98, 106, 228
anger, microexpressions and, 169
angry applicants, interviewing, 193
applicants
appearance of, 175
company career websites and, 59–60
competing for qualified, 10–15
control of interview by, 88, 173, 193
drug test consent, 235
encouraging talk during interview, 171–172
expectations of, 5, 21–24
final assessment, 278–279
first impressions of, 11–12
former, recruiting, 44
information for, 165, 174–175
informing of next interview stages, 160–161
Internet, 55–56
keeping on track in interview, 173–174
less-than-ideal, interviewing, 192–194
with limited experience, documenting, 211
notifying rejected, 290–291
notifying selected, 287–290
perspectives, 17–30
putting at ease in interview, 162–163
questions on interviews, 26–29
recording direct quotes, 206–210
as test takers, 230
tracking, 117–118
application form, authorization to conduct reference checks, 251
aptitude tests, 237
AtlantiCare, 16
attendees, at organizational orientation, 306
attractiveness of organization, 6
auditory learning style, orientation format and, 307
Baby Boomers
orientation method for, 333
recruitment, 34–35
workplace expectations of, 23
background checks, 112
checklist, 245–246, 247
company policy, 260–261
employment application and, 349
legal guidelines, 246–250
record-keeping, 261
vs. references, 244–246
vs. social media, 276–277
balance, work/life, 19–21
banners for recruiting, 49–51
Beachboard, Joseph, 67
Behavior
competencies, 122
tools for identifying and predicting, 235–237
benefits
applicants’ questions about, 28–29
discussing job offer details, 285–286
in job analysis, 78
bias, and preemployment testing, 226–229
billboard advertising, 50, 51
blended learning, 333–337
body language, 159, 172
showing interest with, 147

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