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Howard M. Berkson, Michael M. Harris & Gerald R. Ferris

In: The Employment Interview Handbook

Chapter 5: Enhancing Organizational Reputation to Attract Applicants

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Enhancing Organizational Reputation to Attract Applicants
Enhancing organizational reputation to attract applicants
Howard M.Berkson
Michael M.Harris
Gerald R.Ferris

The employment interview may serve a number of different purposes. In most cases, however, the purpose of the employment interview is the selection or recruitment of the best applicants for the organization. In other words, interviews are conducted to assess applicants to determine if they will meet the job requirements or to encourage applicants to join the organization. Of course, the interviewer may also have both purposes in mind, or the interviewer may switch from one purpose to the other during the course of an interview. This chapter focuses on the employment interview as a means of encouraging applicants to join the organization. Specifically, we address the question of whether the ...

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