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Neal Schmitt

In: The Employment Interview Handbook

Chapter 20: The Current and Future Status of Research on the Employment Interview

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The Current and Future Status of Research on the Employment Interview
The current and future status of research on the employment interview
NealSchmitt

Researchers have recognized for a long time that the employment interview serves two primary purposes from the point of view of the organization. First, the organization uses the interview to assess the knowledge, skills, and abilities and the degree of fit of job applicants to the positions it is seeking to fill. Second, the organization may use the interview to recruit applicants and to contribute to the socialization of newcomers. The applicant, likewise, is seeking to find a job that he or she finds attractive and to convince the organization that he or she can fill that job. These distinctions among the various purposes ...

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