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The Employment Interview Handbook

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June 1999 | 432 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This completely rewritten edition of the bestselling The Employment Interview Handbook provides a comprehensive review of various streams of research into employment interviewing, including: the validity and fairness of interview outcomes; assessment of person-organization `it'; factors affecting the interviewer's decision-making process; and applicant perspectives on the process of interviewing, including impression management.

The book concludes with a summary of the volume's implications for theory building, research methods and effective practice.

Robert W Eder and Michael M Harris
Employment Interview Research
Historical Update and Introduction  
 
PART ONE: INTERVIEW OUTCOMES: VALIDITY, FAIRNESS AND APPLICANT REACTIONS AND ATTRACTION
M Ronald Buckley and Craig J Russell
Validity Evidence
Mark V Roehling, James E Campion and Richard D Arvey
Unfair Discrimination Issues
Stephen W Gilliland and Dirk D Steiner
Applicant Reactions
Howard M Berkson, Michael M Harris and Gerald R Ferris
Enhancing Organizational Reputation to Attract Applicants
 
PART TWO: CONSTRUCTS ASSESSED
 
Expanded Notions of 'Fit'
John F Binning, James M LeBreton and Anthony J Adorno
Assessing Personality
Charles K Parsons, Daniel M Cable and Robert C Liden
Establishing Person-Organization Fit
 
Toward More Structured Interviews
Michael M Harris
What Is Being Measured?
Steven D Maurer, Christina Sue-Chan and Gary P Latham
The Situational Interview
Stephan J Motowidlo
Asking About Past Behavior Versus Hypothetical Behavior
 
PART THREE: THE INTERVIEWER'S DECISION MAKING PROCESS
Robert W Eder
Contextual Effects
Thomas W Dougherty and Daniel B Turban
Behavioral Confirmation of Interviewer Expectations
K Michele Kacmar and Angela M Young
How Indirect Unfavorable Information is Evaluated
Laura M Graves and Ronald J Karren
Are Some Interviewers Better Than Others?
Robert L Dipboye and Stacy L Jackson
Interviewer Experience and Expertise Effects
William L Tullar and Paula R Kaiser
Using Technology
The Group Support System  
 
PART FOUR: INTERVIEWER - APPLICANT DYNAMICS
Fredric M Jablin, Vernon D Miller and Patricia M Sias
Communication and Interaction Processes
David C Gilmore et al
Impression Management Tactics
David K Palmer, Michael A Campion and Paul C Green
Interviewing Training for Both Applicant and Interviewer
 
PART FIVE: COMMENTARY ON THEORY, RESEARCH AND PRACTICE
Neal Schmitt
The Current and Future Status of Research on the Employment Interview
Michael M Harris and Robert W Eder
The State of Employment Interview Practice
Commentary and Extension  

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