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At what extent the truth play role in an interview?

If you were made redundant because you did not fit in – will you tell the interviewer the

real reason for your redundancy?

Asked On2017-12-08 18:46:29 by:psonika29

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Even with all of the advances in testing and technology used to hire new employees, the interview remains the number one utilized employee selection method by organizations to date. Most interviewers will tell you that they cannot feel comfortable with a potential hire until they have met the candidate face-to-face and been able to shake their hand. The question in our eyes is not “should we have an interview in the hiring process?” but “what kind of interview should be used in the hiring process?” 
Time and time again we hear interviewers discuss how sometimes they find it difficult to strip away their personal “biases” and just focus on the job-relevant information. When a company is considering investing thousands (and sometimes hundreds of thousands) of dollars into a new hire, I think it is fair to say that they want someone who has the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job and not just someone the interviewer will enjoy playing golf with on the weekends. But, how can a company be sure that their interviewers are not only using the same criteria to judge candidates by, but also that the criteria they use will be predictive of future job performance?
The first step is to introduce some level of structure to the interview process.  Ensuring that candidates are asked similar questions and that they are being compared on the same competencies regardless of the interviewer is a good place to start. The research on interviews is quite vast, but one unequivocal truth is that job relevant structured interviews provide better prediction than unstructured interviews. In fact, the research demonstrates that interviewers can get 10 times BETTER information from structured interviews than from unstructured interviews. Not to mention in the increased legal defensibility of properly designed structured interviews over unstructured interviews.

The second step, which is equally important, is to be sure to ask questions that are job relevant and questions that ask candidates about their previous experience with the competencies of interest. There is an age old truth in hiring; the best predictor of future behavior is past behavior. Thus, the content of the interview should be heavily focused on determining how the candidate has handled situations in the past that may arise on the job in the future. Furthermore, the criteria that candidates are rated on should be derived from the acceptable (and unacceptable) standards of performance on the job of interest.

Answerd on:2018-06-07 Answerd By:aksingh1818


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