Tanglewood Case 4

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Tanglewood case Four The traditional selection methods of Tanglewood includes such as education, work experience, and interview score. For education, it had 0.03 correlation and less than 0.01 p-value at citizenship, so we can say education had a statistically significant low correlation with citizenship. It also had a significant low correlation with performance, promotion potential and didn’t have statistically significant because the P- values was 0.03 above the standard 0.01. For work experience, because it had correlation was 0.17 around 0.1 at citizenship, so it was a moderate correlation with a significant. Work experience also had statistically significant moderate correlation with absence, performance and promotion potential. For interview, it had low correlation and statistically significant with citizenship and performance. The P-value of absence was 0.26 which above 0.01, so it was not significant. And promotion potential had correlation as 0.32, it was a moderate correlation. The proposed hiring tools of Tanglewood include Retail Market Knowledge Exam, Biodata, Applicant Exam, and Personality Exam. Retail Knowledge Exam measures basic knowledge of marketing principles and factors responsible for Tanglewood’s competitive advantage. According to the data, the correlation of promotion potential is 0.33 around 0.22, so it is moderate; and the statistically significant because the P- value is less than the standard 0.01. So this method has a statistically significant moderate correlation with promotion potential. Biodata exams are questions for significant life experiences that are potentially associated with performance at work. Marshfield Testing Corporation has given life experiences interviews to thousands of individuals, and based on this huge sample of responses, developed a set of occupation-specific life experiences that they have identified as

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