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The selection criteria are the most important aspect of organization initial decision to conduct a workforce reduction. Decisions in regards to which employees leave or which employees stay would need to establish before conducting employees layoffs. Personnel policy service inc (n.d) state that it tends to have much discretion by employers in determining which employees are to be laid off. However, to prevent discrimination claims, they suggest that companies use business-related and objective criteria, such as length of service (seniority), performance rating and merit, job status, job skills, and job elimination. Seniority is a common selection criteria used by many companies in determining which employees leave and who remain.
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The selection criteria are the most important aspects of organizations’ initial decision to conduct workforce reduction. Decisions regarding to which employees leave or stay would need to be established before conducting layoffs. Personnel Policy Service Inc (n.d) states that employers should use discretion in determining which employees to layoff. In choosing employees for termination, they suggest that companies use criteria, such as length of service (seniority), performance rating and merit, job status, and job skills. Seniority is a common selection criterion used by many companies in determining which employees remain.”Of all the criteria, seniority is the most objective” (Segal, 2001, p.199).
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