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Developing an employee selection process for small and medium-sized enterprises

  title={Developing an employee selection process for small and medium-sized enterprises},
  author={Tomi Saalasti},
The costs of unsuccessful hiring decisions might be unbearable for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). At the same time, many Finnish SMEs are struggling with employee selection. The SMEs mostly rely on interviews, and they do not usually use any tests or outside help. Digitalization is also making its way to recruitment and employee selection, but for the SMEs the question remains: what tools and methods should be used in employee selection? There is a lot of previous research studying… 


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