Selection processes that consist of merely an unstructured interview are a poor predictor of success, yet an interview is still the candidate assessment tool of choice for many hiring managers. Understandably, these decision-makers want to meet applicants before extending job offers and feel this is the best way to get to know a potential employee. But what are hiring managers missing by only subjecting applicants to interviews? And does the interview itself cloud their judgment?
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