by Dr. John Sullivan
Interviewing is a well-established component of hiring that you have probably used for years without much change. But, now that the use of data and technology has begun to permeate recruiting, every aspect of interviewing is undergoing close examination and change. It’s important for those responsible for hiring to keep track of these developments because some of the new alternative interview and assessment approaches are both powerful and exciting.
But, it’s also important to realize that as a result of applying data to the interview process, we now have additional documentation revealing that the traditional approach has many serious flaws that can significantly hurt your hiring results. For example, Leadership IQ found that and an astounding 46% of all new hires fail within 18 months. Google research found that the unstructured interviews used by most simply don’t predict on-the-job performance. Here’s what Google found:
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