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Selection Basics

  • Martin Edis
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Abstract

This is the key to everything that follows. You must specify your requirements as clearly and concretely as you can to begin with. You need to have some fixed yardsticks — or criteria — to judge candidates by. Do they come up to your standard on the experience you think the job needs? Would the person be able to handle the pressures of the job?

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Further Reading

  1. Heriott, P, Ed, Assessment and Selection in Organisations (Wiley, 1989).Google Scholar
  2. Jackson, Matthew, Recruitment Interviewing and Selecting: A Manual for Line Managers (McGraw-Hill, 1972).Google Scholar

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© Martin Edis and Nursing Times 1990

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