Reliability refers to the ability of an employee to be dependent or relied on because of the
fact that they are either honest, accurate, or have skills that will enable them to perform
better. It refers to the quality of an individual to be dependable and trustworthy. Reliability is
one of the most important quality in the recruitment process because it will enable human
resource management to trust that the employee can perform better in the organization.
Reliability is a measure of consistency; hence, it is important in the human resource
management due to the fact that it can help the management to predict the success of the
organization once the staff is hired. The recruiters, the recruitment process, and the persons
that have been recruited therefore need to be reliable to ensure that they are beneficial to the
Validity in human resource management refers to what a given selection measures and what
they aim to measure. It, therefore, refers to the 'the agreement between a test score or measure
and the quality it is believed to measure' (Kaplan and Saccuzzo, 2001). The validity of the
recruitment process is very important because it contributes to hiring the employees that will
be beneficial to the organization. The recruitment process, therefore, needs to be reliable.
Generalizability refers to the degree with which the validity of a given selection method can
be applied in other contexts. The process is supposed to be appropriate for the position that
the candidate is applying failure to which the human resource management will select an
employee that does not meet the standards of the organization.
What needs to be assessed?
In the recruitment process, there are several things that are supposed to be assessed as a way
of ensuring that the company or the organization is able to get the best employees. One of the
important things is the legality of the recruitment process. The process has to be within the
requirements of the law in the country. The other things that are supposed to be assessed
include the validity of the process, the generalizability of the recruitment process, the
reliability of the recruitment process, the utility of the recruitment process.
The importance of managing workforce diversity and inclusion.
Managing diversity and inclusion in the workplace is important because it makes all the
people that are working in a given organization to feel accepted. It also makes it possible for
the organization to benefit from the varied skills that the variety of the people that are hired in
the organization are able to provide. It also makes it possible to combine various skills to
come up with one important unit that enables the organization to succeed in all the tasks that
they perform in the industry. The employees drive the industry, and that is a fact that cannot
What is training?
Training refers to the process of educating the employees on the requirements and the
conducts of the workplace as well as the ways in which the tasks are supposed to be
performed in the organization to ensure that the staff are aware of what to do and are
performing the tasks in the best way possible. Each training session has goals that will make
sure that the process has been successful. The information that has been learned will be
important for use daily to ensure that the organization succeeds and that the
underperformance is dealt with accordingly. There are two types of training, namely the high
leverage training and continuous training.
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