Interview with HR Profession
In this paper there are two parts. Part one is about the job interview definition, types of the interview and the interviewer biases. In the second part there is a interview notes with HR profession who are working in the Hotel Bosporous as a human resource executive.
A job interview is a process in which a potential employee is evaluated by an employer for prospective employment in their company, organization, or firm. During this process, the employer hopes to determine whether or not the applicant is suitable for the role.
The employer typically selects the most desirable candidate and begins the negotiation of a job offer. After all candidates have been interviewed. The ideal employee is defined as one who “fits” with his work environment (Chaung & Sackett, 2005; Goodman & Svyantek, 1999).
Kristof-Brown, Zimmerman and Johnson (2005), show that there is a strong correlation between job satisfaction and organizational commitment when there is a high P-J fit.
Type of Interview
Structured interviews – set of questions
Unstructured interviews – points of interest
Behavioural interview – reacted to actual situations in the past Situational interview – behave in a given situation
Job-related interview – relevant past job-related behaviours Stress interview – hypersensitiveness applicants of low or high stress tolerance.
Stereotyping – gender, religion, or race appear, think
Involves forming generalized opinions about how people gender religion. For example; Presuming that a woman would prefer a desk job. First-impression error – makes snap judgments
Interviewer make snap judgment and let him/ her first impression cloud the entire interview. Halo/horn effect – one strong point that values highly to overshadow The interviewer allows one strong point that she / he values highly...
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