Pre-Employment Decision Trees: Job Applicant Self-Election.
Human resource administration is an instrumental factor in determining the degree of organizational success. This is especially true in the labor-intensive health care industry, which uses teams of health care providers to deliver treatment and services. A key function of human resource management is recruiting, since the quality of health care treatment is positively correlated with the quality of employees. Therefore, the recruiting function can consume a disproportionate share of organizational resources. This article discusses how managers can reduce the amount of resources spent dealing with inappropriate job applicants by using the Pre-Employment Decision Tree, which directs pre-applicants to self-elect to apply or not apply, given the degree of fit between the pre-applicant and the organization.
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Liberman, A. and Rotarius, T., "Pre-Employment Decision Trees: Job Applicant Self-Election." (2000). Scopus Export 2000s. 1152.