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my portion should be 300-400 words, plus 2 references
Write a 1,200- to 1,400-word paper in which you examine the role of industrial/organizational psychology in selecting and training employees. In your examination, address the following:
 

  • Choose at least three real-world examples of how organizations have used industrial/organizational psychology to select and train employees.
  • Discuss methods to measure the level of success of each training program.
  • Discuss any legal and/or ethical concerns that may arise in the implementation of each training program.

 
Include at least two references for each participant (They must be different from the text book) So if you have five members then you have a minimum of 10 references total. The textbook will be the eleventh reference.
Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
 
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Here is what we have for team parts chosen so far….
 
Looks like we just need Paola and Anne to chose what job they are going to talk about for selection and training in the real-life examples.
 
Introduction/Conclusion/Editing-Amanda
Choose at least three real-world examples of how organizations have used industrial/organizational psychology to select and train employees.
Example #1- Paola
Example #2- Anne
Example #3 (Clinical Psychology)-Sarah
Discuss methods to measure the level of success of each training program- Pametra
Discuss any legal and/or ethical concerns that may arise in the implementation of each training program- Rae
>> ere is our interpretation of the assignments:
>> I have already read the chapters needed for it and done some research so I could try my best to clarify it for anyone who had questions. I did not feel the introduction, conclusion, and editing section needed an explanation. But please let me know if it does and I will be happy to help.
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>> First, for the real-life examples that we will be using we need to choose 3 different careers as a team to decided to do research on. This can be jobs such as a clinical psychologist, a teach, a police officer, etc. I suggest that we all pick ones that the whole team feels they would easily be able to find information on.
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>> Second, after we choose our examples, the people working on those sections needs to write about the how the selection process works for that job. This could be interviews, aptitude tests, etc. They also need to write about the type of training required for that job. This could be a college education, on-the-job training, technical school, etc. The possibilities here are endless, but it needs to be specific to what is required for that job.
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>> Third, the level of success for a job can be measured in several different ways. For a health care provided they might use patient surveys, if someone works as a server at a restaurant they might have the supervisor give them a monthly review, etc. It needs to be specific and what is normally used in a real-life situation to measure someone’s job performance. The person writing this section needs to do this for all three example that we choose.
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>> Fourth, there are always legal concerns with any job. For example, a doctor has to maintain doctor-patient confidentiality, this is covered in the HIPPA laws. A police officer always has to read someone their rights upon making an arrest. The list can go on and on, but again it has to be specific to the job. The person writing this section needs to do this for all three examples that we choose.
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>> And last, but not least. We all need to cite 2 references each (even the person doing the introduction). You should try and find a way to incorporate the book into each section as a reference, but it will not count as one of your references. Also this paper requires a large amount of research on everyone’s part. That is why I suggest that we choose which jobs we are going to be focusing on quickly so we all know what we will be writing and researching about.
 

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