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Recruitment and Selection Semester Summary Including Thorough Exam Preparation

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Reviews and thoroughly answers end of semester practice exam questions drawn from topics such as recruitment sources, six sigma and balanced scorecard approaches.

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Recruitment Employment Human resource management Business Economy Employee referral Sourcing Turnover Human resources Telecommuting Employment agency Recruiting metrics
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Recruitment Employment Human resource management Business Economy Employee referral Sourcing Turnover Human resources Telecommuting Employment agency Recruiting metrics
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It comprises two parts: • Section A (worth a total of 20 marks) - which will comprise a set of 40 multiple choice questions covering weeks 1-13 of the course; and, • Section B (worth a total of 20 marks) - which will include: one long answer question (approx. 750 words for a total of 10 marks) drawn from topics 1-3 below; and two short answer questions (approx. 350 words each worth 5 marks each) drawn from topics 1-8 below excluding the topic for the long answer question. Exam Revision Guidelines – Section B The following questions relating to Section B of the exam are provided to assist you with focuss...
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