This second edition of The Psychology of Job Interviews provides an accessible and concise overview of what we know about job interviews. Based on empirical research rather than secondhand advice, it discusses the strategies and tactics that both applicants and interviewers can use to make their interviews more successful; from how to make a good first impression to how to decide which candidate is the best fit for the role. Updated throughout, this timely new edition comes with an additional chapter focused on technology in interviewing. Also featuring the addition of a new "Toolbox" at the end of chapters with practical summaries, tools, advice, and concrete examples, the book guides job applicants on how best to prepare for and perform in an interview and provides managers with best-practice advice in selecting the right candidate.
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The psychology of job interviews
Most people, at some point in their lives, experience the stress of being interviewed for a job they want. Many also face the challenge of interviewing other people. But what does the science tell us about this unique social situation?
The Psychology of Job Interviews discusses the strategies and tactics that both applicants and interviewers can use to make their interviews more successful; from how to make a good first impression to how to decide which candidate is the best fit for the role.
Based on empirical research rather than second hand advice, The Psychology of Interviews guides job applicants on how best to prepare for and perform in an interview. Illustrated with examples throughout, it also provides managers with best-practice advice in selecting the right candidate.
Réussir l’entretien d’embauche comportemental
Tout recruteur, qu’il soit professionnel des ressources humaines, consultant en recrutement ou cadre dirigeant une équipe, pourra suivre ce guide étape par étape, afin de mettre en place dans son entreprise une méthode de sélection validée par des années de recherche scientifique et déjà pratiquée par de nombreuses grandes entreprises internationales.
L’entretien d’embauche comportemental est une démarche visant à identifier des situations de travail critiques et d’en tirer des comportements adéquats ainsi que des compétences génériques. Ces informations serviront ensuite de base à la formulation de questions où le candidat sera invité à raconter en detail une situation critique similaire qu’il a rencontrée et le comportement qu’il a adopté dans cette situation. La qualité des réponses du candidat peut ensuite être évaluée objectivement afin de prendre la meilleure décision d’engagement.