88) Recruits can be hired through union hiring halls, particularly : 1404294
88) Recruits can be hired through union hiring halls, particularly in construction. The roster of members only work for one organization at a time.
89) Individuals working as temps who are seeking full-time employment are often highly motivated, knowing that many employers choose full-time employees from the ranks of their top-performing temps.
90) Many firms, recognizing the benefits of a multigenerational work force, are taking steps to recruit both older and younger workers.
91) Trends of particular significance today include a decrease in the availability of younger workers.
92) Most of the recruitment methods outlined in the text can be used to attract designated group members even though the employer's commitment to equity and diversity is unclear.
93) For most employers, completion of an application form is the last step in the recruitment process.
94) Application forms can legally ask for information pertaining to citizenship.
95) If there are illegal questions on an application form, an unsuccessful candidate may challenge the legality of the entire process. The burden of proof is on the job candidate.
96) A detailed application form requesting biographical data found to be predictive of success on the job is known as a weighted application blank.