biodata


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biodata

(ˈbaɪəʊˌdeɪtə; -ˌdɑːtə)
n
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) information regarding an individual's education and work history, esp in the context of a selection process
[C20: from bio(graphical) + data]
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Demographic information and biodata are predictive of cognitive biases, but they may be more useful as proxies for other social phenomena that influence individual behavior.
When I read his biodata, I remembered an anecdote I grew up hearing.
These students felt that their biodata was improved and they had been able to make professional contacts.
Thanks to the protection efforts given by the Office to preserve this kind of endangered animals, the Arabian leopard was recently discovered in Al Najd area in the Governorate of Dhofar as biodata confirms the existence and reproduction of the Arabian Leopard in those uninhabited region which enhances the chances of survival.
Biodata can tell us how embedded an applicant has been at previous employers as well as his or her habitual commitment level.
Privacy and ownership of physiological/biometric and genetic data (biodata) collected by wearable technology devices including Google Glass and Fitbit, also must be explored, including the private companies and government agencies whose policies and procedures regarding biodata set precedents for others to follow.
Shaukat Ali Cheema was arrested at Birmingham Airport in March after 26 passports and 37 biodata passport pages were discovered in his briefs.
Shaukat Ali Cheema had 26 passports, 37 biodata passport pages and 13 driving licences hidden inside his adapted briefs when arrested.
In 2009, an article in the International Journal of Selection and Assessment evaluated the use of biodata (biographical data obtained from a structured pre-employment questionnaire) to prospectively validate an individual's commitment, potential for turnover and job performance.
and had stopped sending the candidates names and biodata to the Political Affairs Committee.
US-based data centers and IT infrastructure services provider Bytegrid Holdings LLC has acquired hosting solutions and compliance services provider Sidus BioData (Sidus), the company said on Monday.
When I gave my biodata to the ministry, they counted me as a baccalaureate (high school graduate) since I didn't have a degree certificate," he says.