Category: Human Resource

These tests typically focus on measuring specific job skills or job knowledge, but can also assess more general skills such Read more…

Physical ability tests typically use tasks or exercises that require physical ability to perform. These tests typically measure physical attributes Read more…

Some commonly measured personality traits in work settings are extraversion, conscientiousness, openness to new experiences, optimism, agreeableness, service orientation, stress Read more…

Job knowledge tests typically use multiple choice questions or essay type items to evaluate technical or professional expertise and knowledge Read more…

Interviews vary greatly in their content, but are often used to assess such things as interpersonal skills, communication skills, and Read more…

Integrity tests assess attitudes and experiences related to a person’s honesty, dependability, trustworthiness, reliability, and pro-social behavior. These tests typically Read more…

Cognitive ability tests typically use questions or problems to measure the ability to learn quickly, logic, reasoning, reading comprehension and Read more…

The content of biographical data instruments varies widely and may include such areas as leadership, teamwork skills, specific job knowledge Read more…

Assessments centers can be designed to measure many different types of job-related skills and abilities, but are often used to Read more…

A job interview is a process in which a potential employee is evaluated by an employer for prospective employment in Read more…

Employment testing in Human Resource is the practice of administering written, oral, or other tests as a means of determining Read more…

In HR electing the wrong employees can lead to all sorts of problems down the line. For instance, employees may Read more…

Employee Selection in Human Resource is the process of putting right men on the right job. It is a procedure Read more…

In today’s fast-paced business environment, a well-structured recruitment policy is critically important to respond to the manpower requirements of an Read more…

Internal Sources of Recruitment The internal sources of recruitment in Human Resource are:- Promotions: Promotion means to give a higher position, Read more…

Recruitment in Human Resource is referred to as the procedure of attracting, short-listing and selection of a qualified candidate for Read more…

Planners face significant barriers while formulating a Human Resource Planning. The major ones are following: Human Resource Planning practitioners are Read more…

The second step of the hr planning process involves an analysis of future organizational or personal capabilities. Capabilities include the Read more…

Human Resource Forecasting techniques vary from simple to sophisticated ones. It may be stated that organizations generally follow more than Read more…

There are nine types of plans in HR, such as philosophy, purpose, objectives, strategies, policies, procedures and rules, programmes and Read more…