WORK PSYCHOLOGY ASSESSMENT Work Psychology Singapore The task for this first assessment is: You have been asked by Johnsons Care Company to advise them on selecting a Graduate to fill the post of Public Relations and Marketing Assistant. You will design a selection process that will help them select the best candidate. Write a report documenting a selection process that could be used to select this person. You should give evidence for your recommendations. NB The selection process is not the recruitment process. You should cover only the selection process and that is the process by which decisions on hiring are made. There are no marks for documenting the recruitment process although you may want to cover this for the process.

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WORK PSYCHOLOGY ASSESSMENT Work Psychology Singapore The task for this first assessment is: You have been asked by Johnsons Care Company to advise them on… Read More »WORK PSYCHOLOGY ASSESSMENT Work Psychology Singapore The task for this first assessment is: You have been asked by Johnsons Care Company to advise them on selecting a Graduate to fill the post of Public Relations and Marketing Assistant. You will design a selection process that will help them select the best candidate. Write a report documenting a selection process that could be used to select this person. You should give evidence for your recommendations. NB The selection process is not the recruitment process. You should cover only the selection process and that is the process by which decisions on hiring are made. There are no marks for documenting the recruitment process although you may want to cover this for the process.

Motor Skills Development Describe the equipment and features of the Playground F. To make reference to a picture, you may state its identification label, e.g. “PG-B2” to refer to Playground B, the second picture, which can be found at the bottom left of each picture. State the age group of children you think this playground is suitable for and provide your rationale. Evaluate the effectiveness of the playground equipment in developing children’s gross motor skills by a. explaining how the playground equipment and features help to develop specific gross motor skills in children; and b. explaining how the playground equipment and features cater to or do not cater to children’s different needs and abilities. Suggest 2 activities that teachers in a nearby preschool can make use of the equipment and space at the playground to further nurture children’s gross motor skills development. For each suggestion, a. describe what the children can do and how each activity utilizes the playground equipment or space; and b. explain the specific gross motor skill that can be developed through each activity.

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Motor Skills Development Describe the equipment and features of the Playground F. To make reference to a picture, you may state its identification label, e.g.… Read More »Motor Skills Development Describe the equipment and features of the Playground F. To make reference to a picture, you may state its identification label, e.g. “PG-B2” to refer to Playground B, the second picture, which can be found at the bottom left of each picture. State the age group of children you think this playground is suitable for and provide your rationale. Evaluate the effectiveness of the playground equipment in developing children’s gross motor skills by a. explaining how the playground equipment and features help to develop specific gross motor skills in children; and b. explaining how the playground equipment and features cater to or do not cater to children’s different needs and abilities. Suggest 2 activities that teachers in a nearby preschool can make use of the equipment and space at the playground to further nurture children’s gross motor skills development. For each suggestion, a. describe what the children can do and how each activity utilizes the playground equipment or space; and b. explain the specific gross motor skill that can be developed through each activity.

Finance and Investment “In Singapore, young people usually don’t start saving for retirement until their late-30s. This is because food is cheap, healthcare is subsidized by the government, and mortgages can be paid through CPF! However, research shows that by using this approach, Singaporeans may wait too long – and that they may not be able to maintain the lifestyle they desire in retirement if they don’t start to save (and invest) earlier. Capital Group wants to know – “How can we best engage young people in a conversation about saving and investing earlier?” You can consider the following questions in your answer: Are there any barriers to saving for young people that you think can be reduced? Do you think that young people are broadly aware of the benefits of saving and investing early? Whose responsibility is it to foster good savings habits in young people? Family, schools, government, University, jobs, financial advisors, asset management companies, etc. What’s different about the environment today for young people vs. 30 years ago? What factors may help us to foster better savings habits?

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Finance and Investment “In Singapore, young people usually don’t start saving for retirement until their late-30s. This is because food is cheap, healthcare is subsidized… Read More »Finance and Investment “In Singapore, young people usually don’t start saving for retirement until their late-30s. This is because food is cheap, healthcare is subsidized by the government, and mortgages can be paid through CPF! However, research shows that by using this approach, Singaporeans may wait too long – and that they may not be able to maintain the lifestyle they desire in retirement if they don’t start to save (and invest) earlier. Capital Group wants to know – “How can we best engage young people in a conversation about saving and investing earlier?” You can consider the following questions in your answer: Are there any barriers to saving for young people that you think can be reduced? Do you think that young people are broadly aware of the benefits of saving and investing early? Whose responsibility is it to foster good savings habits in young people? Family, schools, government, University, jobs, financial advisors, asset management companies, etc. What’s different about the environment today for young people vs. 30 years ago? What factors may help us to foster better savings habits?