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Introduction to Employee Selection and Assessment

07 Jul

Assignment 1: Introduction to Employee Selection and AssessmentInstructions

Assignment 1: Introduction to Employee Selection and Assessment

You are employed as an HR consultant for a mid-sized bank. The bank employs 200 tellers across its branches.  You need to recommend to the bank what to consider when hiring for the position of Bank Teller.  The following pages describes more details on KSAOs, pay statistics and desired factors for the candidate to possess.

For this first assignment there are three main tasks you need to complete:

  • Assignment 1: Part A Employee Selection Exercise
  • Assignment 1: Part B Operationalizing Your Assessment
  • Assignment 1: Part C Apply Your Assessment Systems

All three tasks should be included in one paper 3 to 5 pages in length, double spaced, use tables when needed, and use APA format for referencing and citing. Include a cover page and a reference page.  For complete instructions Content> Course Resources> Three Major Assignments.

Criteria

Grade A

5 points

Grade B

4.25 points

Grade C

3.75 points

Grade D

3.25 points

Grade F-

0 points

Part A Employee Selection Exercise

Completed all 6 selection method justifications.  The answers showed a thorough understanding of selection methods.

Completed all 6 selection method justifications.  The answers showed a limited understanding of selection methods.

One or more selection method justifications are incomplete or unclear.

Two or more selection method justifications are incomplete or unclear.

Completely missing or incorrect.

Part B Operationalizing Your Assessment

Completed all five assessments accurately.  The answers showed a thorough understanding of rating assessment factors.

Completed all five assessments accurately.  The answers showed a limited understanding of rating assessment factors.

One or more assessments are incomplete or unclear.

Two or more assessments are incomplete or unclear.

Completely missing or incorrect.

Part C Apply Your Assessment Systems

Completed table and three questions accurately.  The answers showed a thorough understanding of assessment systems.

Completed table and three questions accurately.  The answers showed a limited understanding of assessment systems.

Table or questions were not completed accurately or are unclear.  One or more errors were present.

Table or questions were not completed accurately or are unclear.  Two or more errors were present.

Completely missing or incorrect.

Writing Mechanics

Strictly adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: Conventions of written English, including, but not limited to capitalization and punctuation and spelling. No errors found. No jargon used.

Adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: Conventions of written English, including capitalization and punctuation and spelling. One to three errors found.

Minimally adheres to standard usage rules of mechanics: Conventions of written English, including capitalization and punctuation and spelling. Over three errors found.

Does not adhere to standard usage rules of mechanics: Conventions of written English, including capitalization and punctuation and spelling. Over ten errors found.

Completely missing or incorrect.

APA Guidelines for in-text citations and References

The paper correctly cites in-text and lists at least three resources on the References page.  If additional sources are used, they are included correctly.

The majority of in-text citations and the reference are properly cited; formatting is inconsistent/inaccurate in a few cases.

References are cited but incorrectly under APA style. The student has either used another format or incorrectly applied the APA style guidelines.

Inconsistent or missing in-text citations; fails to attribute an author’s word through APA citations.

Completely missing or incorrect.

 
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