What’s wrong with holding interviews? Plenty, it turns out. Most companies rely on a series of informal chats with several prospects that ends with a hiring decision. However, there’s strong evidence that this approach needs to be retired in favour of better techniques proven by scientific research.
Here’s the problem in a nutshell.
Interviews are filled with biases. In North America, studies have shown that during the average unstructured interview, the person hired is more likely to …read more
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