Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Infographics TOS for Industrial Psychology


TOS for Industrial Psychology


If one will notice, the focus of the exam is on the employee more than the organization (the focus of Organizational Psychology). Primarily it deals with the job performed by the human resource (HR) manager - from hiring to training, evaluation to motivation and improving the well being of employees in the workplace. Except for team dynamics that focuses on a group and individuals in a team,  the rest of the exam items are about the employee.

It will be an advantage to those more senior board takers who have experienced doing HR work for companies or organization having been exposed to the whole process or cycle of employee selection to firing employees

So for the younger board exam takers, catch up by reading some more on these topics and complement your readings and review by talking and exchanging with experienced HR officers and managers. 


Outcome
Weight
No. of items
1. Discuss the major considerations and principles of employee selection.

20%
20
2. Describe the process and principles in employee training and development.

20%
20
3. Apply the major principles in performance evaluation.
15%
15
4. Apply the major theories of motivation in designing and administering rewards.

15%
15
5. Apply basic theories in team dynamics.
10%
10
6. Differentiate the various functions involved in Human Resource Management.

10%
10
7. Recognize issues of work life balance and well-being in the workplace.

10%
10

100%
100





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