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Running Head: WORKPLACE PSYCHOLOGY 1
Workplace Psychology
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WORKPLACE PSYCHOLOGY 2
Recruitment, Selection, and Training
Recruitment and Selection
Every element within the process of recruiting and selecting employees plays a part in
finding the ideal candidates for a particular job. As such, the process should incorporate eight
main stages in the given order, so as to be effective, i.e., job vacancy, job analysis, attracting
candidates, screening applications, interviewing candidates, selecting and appointing candidates,
induction, and training, and employee evaluation.
Job Vacancy
There are certain points that the Human Resources of the organization should look into
when it comes to a vacant position. No one should simply be hired right off the bat; rather, the
following aspects should be considered. Firstly, why has the vacancy come about? If it was due
to the employee having faced problems particularly relating to the organization, then the new
employee is likely to face the same issues. In order to retain employees, that needs to be looked
into and amended, first and foremost. Moreover, it should be considered if the vacancy is worth
being filled again. Is there a chance the business could continue functioning effectively if that
post remains vacant? If yes, then the company should focus on saving that money and putting it
to some better use.
Moreover, it might just be easier to promote someone from within the organization and
hire someone for that newly vacant post. That will encourage the employees that there is a career
path for them in the organization, and it will also allow the company to flourish better as that
employee will already know the workings of that position and work better at it, while a newer
candidate can fill in a lower position seat, which would be less of a risk.
Job Analysis

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Running Head: WORKPLACE PSYCHOLOGY Workplace Psychology Name of Student Institution Affiliation 1 WORKPLACE PSYCHOLOGY 2 Recruitment, Selection, and Training Recruitment and Selection Every element within the process of recruiting and selecting employees plays a part in finding the ideal candidates for a particular job. As such, the process should incorporate eight main stages in the given order, so as to be effective, i.e., job vacancy, job analysis, attracting candidates, screening applications, interviewing candidates, selecting and appointing candidates, induction, and training, and employee evaluation. Job Vacancy There are certain points that the Human Resources of the organization should look into when it comes to a vacant position. No one should simply be hired right off the bat; rather, the following aspects should be considered. Firstly, why has the vacancy come about? If it was due to the employee having faced problems particularly relating to the organization, then the new employee is likely to face the same issues. In order to retain employees, that needs to be looked into and amended, first and foremost. Moreover, it should be considered if the vacancy is worth being filled again. Is there a chance the business could continue functioning effectively if that post remains vacant? If yes, then the company should focus on saving that money and putting it to some better use. Moreover, it might just be easier to promote someone from within the organization and h ...
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