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Organizational Hiring Standards | Cohen and Pfeffer

Cohen, Y. & Pfeffer, J. (1986). Organizational hiring standards. Administrative Science Quarterly, 31(1), 1-24.Retrieved from  http://www.columbia.edu/~yc2444/Organizational%20Hiring%20Standards.pdf

Cohen and Pfeffer described the organizational hiring standards common to different company structures, demonstrating the correlation between formal hiring practices with the personnel department, training and technology in place. The article described the preferences of certain types of companies, taking into account the considerations and criteria that organizations typically employ, such as educational credentials and qualities of applicants based on the screening process. This paper discussed the standards that are leveraged in the hiring stages.

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