Industry Research : Selection Methods
Selection methods, excluding testing: Research from the Chartered Institute of Personnel and Development
The responses indicate that interviewing remains by far the most commonly used technique, employed by all but two of our respondents. Also frequently used are application forms (84.2%), CVs (72.3%) and candidates' covering letters (62.0%).
Over a quarter of participants (27.3%) use assessment centres. But the other techniques of telephone screening, biodata, and graphology (handwriting analysis) are used by only a minority of organisations (11.8%, 9.1%, and 1.9% respectively).
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Published: Sunday, November 3, 2002
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