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Demographie changes over the last few years have highlighted the importance of attracting a good field of candidates. As the numbers of school leavers in the population have declined employers have exerted greater efforts to attract their share. This has led to a change in focus for the selection system. I t is now seen as a social process in which the employers and candidate go through aseries of information exchanges which, hopefully, culminate in an offer, and an acceptance of, employment. Herriot (1989) has mapped out the sequence of these stages and some of the reasons why one party breaks the chain of events.

Industrial psychologists typically talk about the accuracy of selection in statistical terms such as correlation coefficients or standard deviations. But decision-makers in organizations are used to making decisions in monetary terms such as return on investment or payback period. Decisionmakers have found it hard to understand the psychologists and have consequently often given priority to other functions who were able to phrase their arguments in money terms. Work by Boudreau (1984) and others has reversed this situation and the basic utility formula is: utility = (O/P X R X SD) X N X T - costs Pis the proportion employed.

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