The process of recruiting and selecting only high quality and dependable employees may be daunting but these two processes, especially when done correctly and timely, can make a huge difference in even a small business’ performance and profitability. The objective of this paper is to discuss a comprehensive action plan about the best practices in the process of employee recruitment and selection.
Employee Recruitment and Selection Action Plan I
Employee Recruitment and Selection Action Plan II
Abernathy, M., Bouwens, J., & Van Lent, L. (2004). Determinants of Control System Design in Divisionalized Firms. The Accounting Review, 545.
Ballou, B., Godwin, N., & Shortridge, R. (2003). Firm Value and Employee Attitudes on Workplace Quality. Journal of Accounting Horizons, 329.
Edmondson, A. (2009). Psychological Safety and Learning Behavior in Work Teams. Administrative Science Quarterly, 350.
Fernandez, R., Castilla, E., & Moore, P. (2000). Social Capital at Work: Networks and Employment at a Phone Center. American Journal of Sociology, 1288.
Gibbs, M., Merchant, K., Stede, V., & Vargus, M. (2004). Determinants and Effects of Subjectivity in Incentives. The Accounting Review, 409.
Itner, C., Larcker, D., & Meyer, M. (2003). Subjectivity and the weighting of Performance Measures: Evidence from a Balanced Scorecard. The Accounting Review, 725.
Moers, F. (2006). Performance Measure Properties and Delegation. The Accounting Review, 897.
Mullenweg, M. (2014). The CEO of Automattic on Holding Auditions to Build a Strong Team. Harvard Business Review , 39.
Snell, S. (2002). A Control Theory in Strategic Human Resource Management: The Mediating Effect of Administrative Information. Academy of Management Journal, 292.
Ton, Z. (2011). Quicktrip. Harvard Business School Case, 611.