MHC 663 Talent Selection and Retention (3 credits)
An examination of traditional staffing functions (recruitment, selection, orientation) is undertaken so that the process by which organizations and individuals are matched may be better understood. Always mindful of the legal issues that permeate these processes, this unique course will examine the staffing function at an advanced level. Issues such as labor supply and demand, HR strategy and planning, the regulatory environment, validity and reliability, job analysis, realistic job previews, assessment centers, honesty and ability testing, and state of the art recruitment and selection techniques will be explored in depth.
Prerequisite: MCH 560