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Course level: Graduate
Learners gain an appreciation for the processes I/O psychologists use to recruit, select, place, and develop employees, managers, and executives, including discussions about tests, assessment centers, interviews, succession planning, and departure. The course examines the role of the I/O psychologist in awareness, preparedness, and response to behavioral problems or issues in the workplace.. Competency A: Apply conceptual and theoretical perspectives to effectively recruit, select, place, and develop employees. Competency B: Differentiate the relevance of psychological tests and scientific findings, between varying types of employee interviews and the selection processes to job performance. Competency C: Explain legal and ethical implications of testing and measurement in diverse I/O settings.