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2006 | nr 2 | 9--22
Tytuł artykułu

Nauka dla praktyki rekrutacji i selekcji

Warianty tytułu
Recruitment and Selection: Science for Practice
Języki publikacji
W niniejszym artykule starano się dokonać w miarę szerokiego przeglądu artykułów anglojęzycznych z zakresu empirycznych badań nad procesami rekrutacji i selekcji. Zamiarem autora było ukazanie możliwości wykorzystania wyników światowych badań do doskonalenia praktyki oraz budowy kompleksowego i spójnego modelu procesu rekrutacji i selekcji. W efekcie opracowano wskazówki, które mogą być przełożone na potrzeby praktyki lub badań naukowych.
This paper is an effort at as broad an overview of English-language articles on empirical research into recruitment and selection processes as possible. It is the intention of the author to demonstrate a possibility to utilize the results of worldwide studies to improve practice and build a comprehensive and cohesive model of the recruitment and selection process. The outcome is a set of guidelines that may be applied to meet the needs of practice and scientific research. (original abstract)
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