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Business 4518 – Strategic Staffing Issues
Faculty of Business Administration
Dr. Changquan Jiao
Business 4518 Course Project
Recruitment and Selection of Airport Passenger and Ticket Agent at CARE Airlines
A major Airline company, CARE Airline, opened a new office in 2015. They had several positions opening and one of them was the Airport Passenger and Ticket Agent. The company was to hire 10 new agents by the end of the year. In the hiring, the company asked applicants to fill out a standard application form (see Appendix I) to identify a proportion of applicants to attend employment testing. Those who passed the screening then would take a standardized personality test (conscientiousness factor) and a standardized general mental abilities (GMA or IQ) test. They would be also interviewed, via an unstructured interview conducted by a line manager, for the job. Those line mangers decided their own interview questions and then gave an overall evaluation of each candidate.
Those who were hired would attend a four-week full-time training to gain knowledge and skills needed to perform the job. Because those positions were open to applicants who were new to the airline industries, those who were hired would attend a four week full-time training program to gain knowledge and skills needed to do the job. The program introduced relevant personnel policies to new hires and train new hires to perform key job tasks, including knowledge of fees, regulations and restrictions that are involved with air travel and how to use the company’s AirZ computerized system to serve passengers. These were parts of the qualification requirements in the job description provided in Appendix II.
In this project, assume that you are members in charge of the hiring. Your group need develop a recruitment and selection plan for hiring those airport agents. The project will be completed by 3 member groups. You need find and email me your team members (name and student ID) by January 18th.
The project consists of the following parts.
PART 1: Recruitment

  1. Choose an Airline company (e.g., Air Canada, WestJet, or Southwest Airlines in US) and assume that you would hire agents for this company to open this new office in Canada.
  2. Outline a plan for recruiting applicants into the target position for the Airlines you have chosen. The plan should consider profile of the people being targeted, recruitment sources and methods, cost, efficiency, and reaching minority group communities.

Please note that the profile of ideal candidates include not only qualifications included in the job description (see Appendix I), but also attributes that fit the company’s culture or needs. For example, the company may value employees who can use their discretion to make decisions or need attract more minority members to meet the employment equity requirements. You need retrieve information from external sources such as company websites or other publications to build the profiles of your ideal candidates. In the report, you need provide the sources for the information you retrieve from (e.g., web page URLs or publication references). The logic/rationale for each aspect of the recruitment plan must be clearly specified.

  1. “Recruiting from the class” session. On February 27th, our class will mimic a job fair in the class. For this session, you need prepare a short presentation to the class to attract applicants for the airport agent job (other students in the class) for your airline company. The presentation should be based on the job description and other credible information you have collected.

This session will determine the base rate of success (BRS) for your recruitment. The base rate of success represents the proportion of applicants who are qualified for the job. It would also have impact on the proportion of correct hiring decisions that you will make later on in the Part 2: Selection of the project. The higher BRS you group can get, the more likely you can make correct hiring decisions because you can have a more qualified applicant pool.
Your BRS is determined by how many other students in the class would like to apply for your job. Specifically, each student other than yourself will indicate her/his three most preferred company to apply. A 1st choice will be awarded 3 points, a 2nd choice will be awarded 2 points and a 3rd choice will be awarded 1 point. Each group will thus get a cumulative score from this session. Your BRS will be determined by how high you will rank in terms of your total score in the class using the following scheme.

Ranking BRS
1st 60%
2nd 55%
3rd or lower 50%
Fail to present 20% of the project grade to be deducted

 
PART 2: Selection
Part 2.1. Selection Plan.
Based on the attributes of your ideal candidates (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Other requirements, KASOs) that fit the job and the organization outlined in Part I, you will need choose and map specific selection methods (e.g., cognitive ability tests) onto these KSAOs and justify each of your choices. Examples are shown below. You can use the same method to assess more than one KSAOs.
Part 2.2. Selection Screening

  1. Selection screening methods. Selection screening dismisses candidates who cannot meet the minimum requirements and reduce the number of candidates to a manageable number. At this step, you need decide which selection methods that you have chosen above will be used for screening at this stage.
  2. Making screening decisions. You will be provided the profiles of 30 actual applicants for the airport agent job and you need identify 20 applicants who are more likely to be good performers and at the same time screen out 10 applicants. The profiles of the 30 applicants will be provided. You need describe and explain the decision rules for making your screening decisions.

Part 2.3. Selection Testing

  1. Employment testing methods. The selection methods that have not used as screening methods will be your employment testing method.
  2. Structured interview. Write three behavioural interview questions and three situational interview questions to assess KSAOs of your ideal job candidates. Each interview question should clearly assess one of the KSAOs of your ideal job candidates. Following each question, present a key for scoring candidate responses.
  3. “Interviewing candidates” session (5%): On March 20th, our class will hold interviewing sessions. Therefore, each group needs design and submit your interview questions Marth 20th. No group is allowed to disclose their interview questions before the interview sessions. If I found out your group disclose interview questions to others, your group will receive a grade of ZERO for your interview session. In these sessions, each group as interviewer(s) will interview several students in our class as candidates for their job. Other students in the class and the instructor will rate how well each candidate performs in these interviews using their scoring system and recommend the extent to which each interviewee should be hired for the job. The average ratings will determine how many marks each student interviewee will receive (a maximum of the 5% course grade).
  4. Evaluation of your selection plan. Evaluate your selection plan in terms of applicant reactions, validity, cost and legal defensibility. Explain why your plan represent an improvement over the selection plan the company, CARE Airline, used.

 
PART 3: Selection decision-making
You need identify 10 candidates from the remaining 20 candidates who have survived your screening. You need describe and explain the decision rules for making your selection decisions. Additional information on the remaining candidates will be provided.
 
Project report (30%)
A copy of the completed report (including all components) must be sent to me no later than April 3rd by EMAIL. Your report should be double-spaced, normal sized font (e.g., Times New Roman 12), with the body being no more than 25 pages in length (i.e., excluding title page, executive summary, references, and appendixes). The required format of the report is described below.
Cover Page: the title of the report, the title of the target job, the real or hypothetical name of the target company, the names and students ID of group members who have contributed to this report, the name and number of the course, the professor’s name, and the date.
Executive Summary: a brief summary of the whole report
Body: While the body must include information described in Part I and  II described above, it can also contain additional information that your group deems important for your recruitment and selection plan. Sub-headings are encouraged for facilitating reading and understanding your report.
References: consult the “citations” and “references” sections in Academy of Management Journal: STYLE GUIDE FOR AUTHORS (http://aom.org/publications/amj/styleguide/) for appropriate format.
Appendices
APPENDIX 1: recruitment presentation slides
APPENDIX 2: the structured interview questionnaire and scoring system
APPENDIX 3: collected data from external sources (e.g., from websites or other publications)
Other appendices if necessary
Project Report Presentation (5%)
Each group will present their term project report on either 3rd and 5th. The presentations will be evaluated by other students in the class.
 
Appendix I.  Job Description – Airport Passenger and Ticket Agent
An agent prepares boarding passes, check baggage, assist pre-boarding passengers, and handle ticket reservations, cancellations, and alterations.
Specific Key Tasks/Duties/Responsibilities

  • Examine passenger documentation to determine destinations and to assign boarding passes
  • Check and assist passengers to load baggage
  • Provide boarding assistance to passengers needing special assistance
  • Answer inquiries regarding information such as flight schedules, routes, accommodations, procedures, and policies
  • Handling ticket reservations, cancellations, alterations
  • Announce flight information such as flight arrival, departure, delay or cancellations

Job Qualifications

1.     Eligibility Eligible to work in Canada
2.     Education A minimum of high school diploma
3.     Language Fluent in English; French language is considered an asset
4.     Work experience Customer service experience is desirable, but not mandatory
5.     Shift work Available for shift work such as early mornings, evenings, weekends and statutory holidays
6.     Air travel knowledge Knowledgeable in fees, regulations and restrictions that are involved with air travel
7.     Computer skills Able to use the AirZ computerized system to serve passengers
8.     Interpersonal skills Excellent interpersonal skills and commitment to teamwork
9.     Problem-solving ability Ability to collect information from passengers and apply rules to solve their problems
10. Service orientation Actively looking for ways to help passengers
11. Diligent characteristics Organized, attention to details, responsible, and comfortable to working within strict timelines

 
 
Appendix II.  CARE Airlines Application Form – Airport Passenger and Ticket Agent

PERSONAL DATA
Last name First name Middle
Address
City Province Postal Code
Home Telephone Number
Business Telephone Number
Are you eligible to work in Canada?     Yes__   No__
EDUCATION
Highest Educational Attainment (HEA)
_1.Below High School  _2.High School  _3.2-Year College  _4.3-Year College  _5. University or higher
School Name /Location   ________________/_________________________________________________________
Work Experience 
Total Month of Work Experience (TMWE) _____ Months
Total Months of Customer Service Experience (TMCSE)______ Months
Length of time at my most recent job (LTMRJ)  _____Months
Please provide information on your employment history beginning with the most recent employer.

  From To Name of Employer Position Held Major Duties
1.________ ______ __________________ ________________ ________________________________
2.________ ______ __________________ ________________ ________________________________
3.________ ______ __________________ ________________ ________________________________
4.________ ______ __________________ ________________ ________________________________
LANGUAGES
I am fluent in written and spoken
□ English              □ French                □ Other ________________
Declaration
I hereby declare that the foregoing information is true and complete to my knowledge. I understand that a false statement may disqualify me from employment, or result in dismissal for just cause. By submitting this application for employment, I hereby authorize CARE Airlines to check into my background by any means deemed necessary to qualify me for employment.
Signature _________________        Date______________________
You are encouraged to attach your current résumé.



 
Peer- and Self-Evaluation for Group Project
All group members were expected to put in effort and make a meaningful contribution to the group work. Peer evaluation is not mandatory. However, I recognize that in groups, work is not always evenly distributed:  some individuals do not contribute to the extent that they should and others go above and beyond what is expected.
To make sure each member will make meaningful contribution to your group performance, the following rules are established.

  1. Your group decides whether your group will conduct peer evaluations. If the majority of your group decides peer evaluation is necessary, all members need to send the filled evaluation form to the instructor.
  2. Each member has the responsibility to attend the group discussion and make contributions to group performance.
  3. In case a group decides to conduct peer evaluations, the ratings that you provide on the form – for both yourself and your other group members – should be based on what percentage the assigned grade you believe each member deserve.

 

  1. How will your individual grades on the group work be determined?

First, the group will receive an overall grade (out of 40) from the group work.  Each member will receive 50% the overall grades (unless some members contribute too little to the group work). Then, the instructor will review the ratings and reasons provided for all self- and peer-ratings.  The instructor will take this information and assign a grade to each group member, which will be used to calculate the remaining 50% of the individual grades.
An example: assume that your group receives 30 marks out of 40 for the group project.

  • The member who receives peer evaluations indicating he should receive 100% of the grade will receive 30 marks (15 + 15 x 100% = 30 marks.)
  • The member who receives peer evaluations indicating he should receive 80% of the grade will receive 27 marks (15+ 15 x 80% = 27 marks).
  • The member who receives peer evaluations indicating he should receive 50% of the grade will receive 22.5 marks (15+ 15 x 50%= 22.5 marks).

These evaluations will be completed independently of other team members and kept confidential from them. Depending on the adequacy of the rationale provided for peer- and self-ratings, and other considerations, the final percentage assigned based on the peer- and self-ratings will be at the instructor’s discretion.
The deadline for the self and peer evaluation is April 5th (If applicable).
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Peer- and Self-Evaluation for Group Project
Self Evaluation – Your Name:                                               Percentage (e.g. 100%):

Please describe your reason(s) for assigning this percentage in the space below:
 
 
 

 
Group Member #1 – Name:                                                  Percentage (e.g. 100%):

Please describe your reason(s) for assigning this percentage in the space below:
 
 
 
 

 
Group Member #2 – Name:                                                                 Percentage (e.g. 40%):

Please describe your reason(s) for assigning this percentage in the space below:
 
 
 
 

 
Special Considerations: If you think that you might receive an unfairly negative evaluation from one or more of your group members, in the space below, please describe why you may have received a negative evaluation and, if so, why it would not be fair or deserved.

 
 
 
 
 

 

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Business 4518 – Strategic Staffing Issues
Faculty of Business Administration
Dr. Changquan Jiao
Business 4518 Course Project
Recruitment and Selection of Airport Passenger and Ticket Agent at CARE Airlines
A major Airline company, CARE Airline, opened a new office in 2015. They had several positions opening and one of them was the Airport Passenger and Ticket Agent. The company was to hire 10 new agents by the end of the year. In the hiring, the company asked applicants to fill out a standard application form (see Appendix I) to identify a proportion of applicants to attend employment testing. Those who passed the screening then would take a standardized personality test (conscientiousness factor) and a standardized general mental abilities (GMA or IQ) test. They would be also interviewed, via an unstructured interview conducted by a line manager, for the job. Those line mangers decided their own interview questions and then gave an overall evaluation of each candidate.
Those who were hired would attend a four-week full-time training to gain knowledge and skills needed to perform the job. Because those positions were open to applicants who were new to the airline industries, those who were hired would attend a four week full-time training program to gain knowledge and skills needed to do the job. The program introduced relevant personnel policies to new hires and train new hires to perform key job tasks, including knowledge of fees, regulations and restrictions that are involved with air travel and how to use the company’s AirZ computerized system to serve passengers. These were parts of the qualification requirements in the job description provided in Appendix II.
In this project, assume that you are members in charge of the hiring. Your group need develop a recruitment and selection plan for hiring those airport agents. The project will be completed by 3 member groups. You need find and email me your team members (name and student ID) by January 18th.
The project consists of the following parts.
PART 1: Recruitment

  1. Choose an Airline company (e.g., Air Canada, WestJet, or Southwest Airlines in US) and assume that you would hire agents for this company to open this new office in Canada.
  2. Outline a plan for recruiting applicants into the target position for the Airlines you have chosen. The plan should consider profile of the people being targeted, recruitment sources and methods, cost, efficiency, and reaching minority group communities.

Please note that the profile of ideal candidates include not only qualifications included in the job description (see Appendix I), but also attributes that fit the company’s culture or needs. For example, the company may value employees who can use their discretion to make decisions or need attract more minority members to meet the employment equity requirements. You need retrieve information from external sources such as company websites or other publications to build the profiles of your ideal candidates. In the report, you need provide the sources for the information you retrieve from (e.g., web page URLs or publication references). The logic/rationale for each aspect of the recruitment plan must be clearly specified.

  1. “Recruiting from the class” session. On February 27th, our class will mimic a job fair in the class. For this session, you need prepare a short presentation to the class to attract applicants for the airport agent job (other students in the class) for your airline company. The presentation should be based on the job description and other credible information you have collected.

This session will determine the base rate of success (BRS) for your recruitment. The base rate of success represents the proportion of applicants who are qualified for the job. It would also have impact on the proportion of correct hiring decisions that you will make later on in the Part 2: Selection of the project. The higher BRS you group can get, the more likely you can make correct hiring decisions because you can have a more qualified applicant pool.
Your BRS is determined by how many other students in the class would like to apply for your job. Specifically, each student other than yourself will indicate her/his three most preferred company to apply. A 1st choice will be awarded 3 points, a 2nd choice will be awarded 2 points and a 3rd choice will be awarded 1 point. Each group will thus get a cumulative score from this session. Your BRS will be determined by how high you will rank in terms of your total score in the class using the following scheme.

Ranking BRS
1st 60%
2nd 55%
3rd or lower 50%
Fail to present 20% of the project grade to be deducted

 
PART 2: Selection
Part 2.1. Selection Plan.
Based on the attributes of your ideal candidates (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Other requirements, KASOs) that fit the job and the organization outlined in Part I, you will need choose and map specific selection methods (e.g., cognitive ability tests) onto these KSAOs and justify each of your choices. Examples are shown below. You can use the same method to assess more than one KSAOs.
Part 2.2. Selection Screening

  1. Selection screening methods. Selection screening dismisses candidates who cannot meet the minimum requirements and reduce the number of candidates to a manageable number. At this step, you need decide which selection methods that you have chosen above will be used for screening at this stage.
  2. Making screening decisions. You will be provided the profiles of 30 actual applicants for the airport agent job and you need identify 20 applicants who are more likely to be good performers and at the same time screen out 10 applicants. The profiles of the 30 applicants will be provided. You need describe and explain the decision rules for making your screening decisions.

Part 2.3. Selection Testing

  1. Employment testing methods. The selection methods that have not used as screening methods will be your employment testing method.
  2. Structured interview. Write three behavioural interview questions and three situational interview questions to assess KSAOs of your ideal job candidates. Each interview question should clearly assess one of the KSAOs of your ideal job candidates. Following each question, present a key for scoring candidate responses.
  3. “Interviewing candidates” session (5%): On March 20th, our class will hold interviewing sessions. Therefore, each group needs design and submit your interview questions Marth 20th. No group is allowed to disclose their interview questions before the interview sessions. If I found out your group disclose interview questions to others, your group will receive a grade of ZERO for your interview session. In these sessions, each group as interviewer(s) will interview several students in our class as candidates for their job. Other students in the class and the instructor will rate how well each candidate performs in these interviews using their scoring system and recommend the extent to which each interviewee should be hired for the job. The average ratings will determine how many marks each student interviewee will receive (a maximum of the 5% course grade).
  4. Evaluation of your selection plan. Evaluate your selection plan in terms of applicant reactions, validity, cost and legal defensibility. Explain why your plan represent an improvement over the selection plan the company, CARE Airline, used.

 
PART 3: Selection decision-making
You need identify 10 candidates from the remaining 20 candidates who have survived your screening. You need describe and explain the decision rules for making your selection decisions. Additional information on the remaining candidates will be provided.
 
Project report (30%)
A copy of the completed report (including all components) must be sent to me no later than April 3rd by EMAIL. Your report should be double-spaced, normal sized font (e.g., Times New Roman 12), with the body being no more than 25 pages in length (i.e., excluding title page, executive summary, references, and appendixes). The required format of the report is described below.
Cover Page: the title of the report, the title of the target job, the real or hypothetical name of the target company, the names and students ID of group members who have contributed to this report, the name and number of the course, the professor’s name, and the date.
Executive Summary: a brief summary of the whole report
Body: While the body must include information described in Part I and  II described above, it can also contain additional information that your group deems important for your recruitment and selection plan. Sub-headings are encouraged for facilitating reading and understanding your report.
References: consult the “citations” and “references” sections in Academy of Management Journal: STYLE GUIDE FOR AUTHORS (http://aom.org/publications/amj/styleguide/) for appropriate format.
Appendices
APPENDIX 1: recruitment presentation slides
APPENDIX 2: the structured interview questionnaire and scoring system
APPENDIX 3: collected data from external sources (e.g., from websites or other publications)
Other appendices if necessary
Project Report Presentation (5%)
Each group will present their term project report on either 3rd and 5th. The presentations will be evaluated by other students in the class.
 
Appendix I.  Job Description – Airport Passenger and Ticket Agent
An agent prepares boarding passes, check baggage, assist pre-boarding passengers, and handle ticket reservations, cancellations, and alterations.
Specific Key Tasks/Duties/Responsibilities

  • Examine passenger documentation to determine destinations and to assign boarding passes
  • Check and assist passengers to load baggage
  • Provide boarding assistance to passengers needing special assistance
  • Answer inquiries regarding information such as flight schedules, routes, accommodations, procedures, and policies
  • Handling ticket reservations, cancellations, alterations
  • Announce flight information such as flight arrival, departure, delay or cancellations

Job Qualifications

1.     Eligibility Eligible to work in Canada
2.     Education A minimum of high school diploma
3.     Language Fluent in English; French language is considered an asset
4.     Work experience Customer service experience is desirable, but not mandatory
5.     Shift work Available for shift work such as early mornings, evenings, weekends and statutory holidays
6.     Air travel knowledge Knowledgeable in fees, regulations and restrictions that are involved with air travel
7.     Computer skills Able to use the AirZ computerized system to serve passengers
8.     Interpersonal skills Excellent interpersonal skills and commitment to teamwork
9.     Problem-solving ability Ability to collect information from passengers and apply rules to solve their problems
10. Service orientation Actively looking for ways to help passengers
11. Diligent characteristics Organized, attention to details, responsible, and comfortable to working within strict timelines

 
 
Appendix II.  CARE Airlines Application Form – Airport Passenger and Ticket Agent

PERSONAL DATA
Last name First name Middle
Address
City Province Postal Code
Home Telephone Number
Business Telephone Number
Are you eligible to work in Canada?     Yes__   No__
EDUCATION
Highest Educational Attainment (HEA)
_1.Below High School  _2.High School  _3.2-Year College  _4.3-Year College  _5. University or higher
School Name /Location   ________________/_________________________________________________________
Work Experience 
Total Month of Work Experience (TMWE) _____ Months
Total Months of Customer Service Experience (TMCSE)______ Months
Length of time at my most recent job (LTMRJ)  _____Months
Please provide information on your employment history beginning with the most recent employer.

  From To Name of Employer Position Held Major Duties
1.________ ______ __________________ ________________ ________________________________
2.________ ______ __________________ ________________ ________________________________
3.________ ______ __________________ ________________ ________________________________
4.________ ______ __________________ ________________ ________________________________
LANGUAGES
I am fluent in written and spoken
□ English              □ French                □ Other ________________
Declaration
I hereby declare that the foregoing information is true and complete to my knowledge. I understand that a false statement may disqualify me from employment, or result in dismissal for just cause. By submitting this application for employment, I hereby authorize CARE Airlines to check into my background by any means deemed necessary to qualify me for employment.
Signature _________________        Date______________________
You are encouraged to attach your current résumé.



 
Peer- and Self-Evaluation for Group Project
All group members were expected to put in effort and make a meaningful contribution to the group work. Peer evaluation is not mandatory. However, I recognize that in groups, work is not always evenly distributed:  some individuals do not contribute to the extent that they should and others go above and beyond what is expected.
To make sure each member will make meaningful contribution to your group performance, the following rules are established.

  1. Your group decides whether your group will conduct peer evaluations. If the majority of your group decides peer evaluation is necessary, all members need to send the filled evaluation form to the instructor.
  2. Each member has the responsibility to attend the group discussion and make contributions to group performance.
  3. In case a group decides to conduct peer evaluations, the ratings that you provide on the form – for both yourself and your other group members – should be based on what percentage the assigned grade you believe each member deserve.

 

  1. How will your individual grades on the group work be determined?

First, the group will receive an overall grade (out of 40) from the group work.  Each member will receive 50% the overall grades (unless some members contribute too little to the group work). Then, the instructor will review the ratings and reasons provided for all self- and peer-ratings.  The instructor will take this information and assign a grade to each group member, which will be used to calculate the remaining 50% of the individual grades.
An example: assume that your group receives 30 marks out of 40 for the group project.

  • The member who receives peer evaluations indicating he should receive 100% of the grade will receive 30 marks (15 + 15 x 100% = 30 marks.)
  • The member who receives peer evaluations indicating he should receive 80% of the grade will receive 27 marks (15+ 15 x 80% = 27 marks).
  • The member who receives peer evaluations indicating he should receive 50% of the grade will receive 22.5 marks (15+ 15 x 50%= 22.5 marks).

These evaluations will be completed independently of other team members and kept confidential from them. Depending on the adequacy of the rationale provided for peer- and self-ratings, and other considerations, the final percentage assigned based on the peer- and self-ratings will be at the instructor’s discretion.
The deadline for the self and peer evaluation is April 5th (If applicable).
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Peer- and Self-Evaluation for Group Project
Self Evaluation – Your Name:                                               Percentage (e.g. 100%):

Please describe your reason(s) for assigning this percentage in the space below:
 
 
 

 
Group Member #1 – Name:                                                  Percentage (e.g. 100%):

Please describe your reason(s) for assigning this percentage in the space below:
 
 
 
 

 
Group Member #2 – Name:                                                                 Percentage (e.g. 40%):

Please describe your reason(s) for assigning this percentage in the space below:
 
 
 
 

 
Special Considerations: If you think that you might receive an unfairly negative evaluation from one or more of your group members, in the space below, please describe why you may have received a negative evaluation and, if so, why it would not be fair or deserved.

 
 
 
 
 

 

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