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Recruitment and Selection in the Eastern Monte Carlo: Empirical Evidence from Macau SAR
Kuok , O.M.; Chan , S.H.
2009
Conference Namethe 23rd Annual Australian and new Zealand Academy of Management Conference
Source PublicationProceedings of the 23rd Annual Australian and new Zealand Academy of Management Conference
Conference Date2009
Conference PlaceMelbourne, Australia
Abstract

Macau changed its colonial status to Special Administrative Region (SAR) after its sovereignty was handed back to China in 1999. Its labor market became very tight after the liberalization of the casino industry in 2002. This paper studies employers' preference in terms of selection methods and if they would place different emphasis on skills, knowledge, and experience as employment criteria in response to the sudden labor market changes. Findings showed that resume and interview are the most frequently used methods, while graphology and genetic screening are the least used methods. Employers consider human relations skills as the most important skills in their future employee. Reasons for employee turnover are mentioned afterwards. Implications and limitations are included.

KeywordSelection Methods Assessment Communication Skills Resume, Interviews
Language英语
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Document TypeConference paper
CollectionFaculty of Business Administration
DEPARTMENT OF MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING
AffiliationUniversity of Macau, Macau SAR, China
First Author AffilicationUniversity of Macau
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Kuok , O.M.,Chan , S.H.. Recruitment and Selection in the Eastern Monte Carlo: Empirical Evidence from Macau SAR[C],2009.
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