How to... Conduct a Selection InterviewPosted in : How To... with Dr. Gerry McMahon on 28 February 2017
Given the sizeable financial investment associated with appointments and their impact on organisational morale and success, it is worth getting the selection interview right. Indeed it can be argued that it is the most important of all ‘people-related’ activities at work. Furthermore, these guidelines - for this most consequential of all H.R. activities - should help ensure that you are getting the best person for the job and avoiding a costly and embarrassing court appearance. Indeed, it is chastening to note the number of high profile employers that have fallen foul of the law in this
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