Interviews are the most widely used, but the least valid, selection

Interviews are the most widely used, but the least valid, selection


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are the most widely used, but the least valid, selection

method." What are some of the uses and problems associated with employment interviews?

A selection interview can integrate all information obtained from application forms, tests, and

reference checks, and investigate any conflicting information that may have emerged. The

interview tends to have high intra-rater reliability. But, typically, inter-rater reliability is only

moderate to low. Consequently, the same applicant can be evaluated differently by different

raters. Although the interview appears on the surface to be valid to interviewers and interviewees

(face validity), it typically does not have statistical validity unless the interview is highly

structured. Interviewing skills must be acquired through training so...

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