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Current Recruitment and Selection Practices: A National Survey of Fortune 1000 Firms

@article{Piotrowski2006CurrentRA,
  title={Current Recruitment and Selection Practices: A National Survey of Fortune 1000 Firms},
  author={Chris Piotrowski and Terry R. Armstrong},
  journal={North American Journal of Psychology},
  year={2006},
  volume={8},
  pages={489}
}
This study reports the findings of survey data on recruitment and pre-employment selection methods in use by human resources departments in major companies in the USA. In addition, data on use of online pre-employment tests, currently and in the near term future, were also collected. The analysis is based on responses from 151 firms. The findings indicate that the majority of companies rely on traditional recruitment and personnel selection techniques over the use of online assessment… 

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