Designing and Implementing Global Selection Systems provides insights and essential management tools for planning and implementing an effective global staffing system. Provides the basic principles of employee selection and insights into the challenges of globally standardized selection systems Describes common pitfalls and the most effective best practice strategies for global staffing issues Includes helpful sidebars with examples to assist in making the best choices regarding selection system development and implementation
Ann Marie Ryan is a professor of organizational psychology at Michigan State University. She has published extensively in the area of the quality and fairness of employee selection methods. Nancy Tippins is the Senior Vice President and Managing Principal for the Selection Practice Group of Valtera Corporation where she is responsible for the development and execution of firm strategies related to employee selection and assessment.
Introduction. Chapter 1: Challenges in Developing and Implementing Global Selection Systems. Chapter 2: Characteristics of Good Selection Systems. Chapter 3: Cultural Differences and Their Impact on Selection Systems. Chapter 4: Legal, Economic, and Other Considerations. Chapter 5: Best Practices in Design of Global Selection Systems. Chapter 6: Best Practices in the Implementation of Global Selection Systems. Chapter 7: Final Thoughts. References