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BUS-310 Recruitment and Selection

3 hours lecture, 3 credits

This course is a study of the recruitment, selection, and placement of talented employees in organizations, many of which operate in a competitive environment. A strategic perspective is employed in the analysis of each stage of the staffing process from the development and execution of Human Resource plans to an audit of the process.


  • BUS 255 Minimum Grade C

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