Attribution style and candidate success in selection interviews
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Attribution style and candidate success in selection interviews by Annette Bondi

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Thesis (M.Sc.) - University of Surrey, 1997.

StatementAnnette Bondi.
ContributionsUniversity of Surrey. Department of Psychology.
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Selection Interviews - Free download as Powerpoint Presentation .ppt /.pptx), PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or view presentation slides online. Scribd is the world's largest social reading and publishing site. The role of attribution theory in recent research on personnel employment selection is reviewed. First, the influence of applicant attributions upon the job search process and initial job success. There is huge diversity in the design and execution of selection interviews. Interviews vary in terms of their structure, duration, the style of questioning employed, the way candidate responses are evaluated, and a host of other dimensions related to interview content and the collection of data. ADVERTISEMENTS: Selection Interview: Meaning, Role and Types of Interview (with diagram)! Meaning: One of the assessment and evaluation techniques for a candidate is interview. It is a type of oral exami­nation. Selection interview is the next process to conduct of tests. Even though written tests and psy­chological tests are conducted, still one-to-one communication between individuals [ ].

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THE USE OF SELECTION INTERVIEWS. Those of us that have been a candidate in a selection process will have a good understanding of the nature of the selection interview. However, it should be useful to begin this unit with some basic definition of the selection interview. Three are offered below. Called situational interviews A job interview where the candidate is asked to describe in specific and behavioral detail how he would respond to a hypothetical situation., these types of interviews can focus on past experience or future situations. For example, experienced-based questions draw on the employees past performance. Interviewing. Based on Human Resource Management (4th Edition) by Alan Price - published by Cengage. Interviewing The interview is a social ritual which is expected by all participants, including applicants. It is such a 'normal' feature of filling vacancies that candidates for a job would be extremely surprised not to be interviewed at least once. Attributional style 2 Abstract Internal attribution for bad events, along with stable and global attributions, has been regarded as a component of pessimism, a precursor of negative work outcomes. Most evidence in support of this conceptualization has come from research conducted in individualist Size: KB.