After a group of potential applicants has advanced through the recruitment and screening process, the human resource manager must select the best applicant from a group of finalists. Selection techniques such as cognitive ability tests, personality inventories, experience ratings, and interviews can assist managers working in non-profit and government organizations.
For this Discussion, review this week’s Resources. Review Chapter 6 of Human Resources Management for Public and Nonprofit Organizations. Focus on the selection tools used to hire qualified applicants. Review the article by Llorens and the Exercise 6.2, “Barring Discrimination against Unemployed Applicants” in the course text (page 207).
With these thoughts in mind:
Post your response to either question 1 or question 2 of Exercise 6.2, “Barring Discrimination against Unemployed Applicants” in the course text (page 207). Justify your response based upon the readings and what you have experienced in your government or non-profit organization.
Pynes, J. E. (2013). Human resources management for public and nonprofit organizations: A strategic approach (4th ed.). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.
Chapter 6, “Recruitment and Selection” (pp. 175–205)
Exercise 6.2, “Barring Discrimination against Unemployed Applicants” (p. 207)
Llorens, J. J., & Battaglio, R. P. (2010). Human resources management in a changing world: Reassessing public human resources management education. Review of Public Personnel Administration, 30(1), 112–132.Retrieved from the Walden Library databases.