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Federal Selection Interview: Unrealized Potential
James J. Tsugawa (ed.); Susanne T. Marshall (foreword). Examines the selection interview, an interview whose primary purpose is to serve as an assessment tool; that is, a tool for evaluating a job candidate’s qualifications & abilities. Selection interviews may be used to rank candidates (that is, place them in order or group them based on interview performance), or simply to inform the selecting official’s decision when choosing from a group of available, qualified candidates. Selection interviews are distinct from informational interviews, which are generally used to educate potential candidates about the organization & its employment opportunities. This report intends: to discuss how Fed. agencies use selection interviews; & to identify & promote interviewing practices that support merit-based selection. Illus.
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