Industrial Relations And Labour Laws
Learning & Teaching Fellow (retired)
i would agree with Vinay, why dont you look at your ow rquirements and then develop a questionnaire. make sure you undertake as much as reading possible on the subject. once the questionnaire is developed you better share with experts or friends for advice. this way you could develop a better questionaire.
11th August 2006 From Sri Lanka
It is better to give as much information about your organisation as possible when seeking help. In the absence of such information, I suggest that you take a look at the following site
It's a R & S Procedure document from a university. If you take the key steps and prepare a questionnaire to asses if those steps are being followed, you may be able to get somewhere.
That site was found at recruitment and selection process + questionnaire - Google Search=
Have a nice weekend.
15th August 2008 From United Kingdom
If I was in need of something, I would search citehr site, or even the web using google search engine, before posting a request.
For example, I had responded to a similar request on 15 Agust. And here is the link to that.
Have a nice day.
19th August 2008 From United Kingdom
13th November 2008 From India
Borrowing an expression from you, "for God sake " will you please read my message above and clearly state what is your aim, what are the objectives, whether these are based on any prior work by others, what hypothese have you set out to prove?
Without all that information, how do you expect anyone to help you?
A retired academic in UK
21st June 2009 From United Kingdom