A REVIEW OF STRUCTURE IN THE SELECTION INTERVIEW

@article{Campion1997ARO,
  title={A REVIEW OF STRUCTURE IN THE SELECTION INTERVIEW},
  author={Michael A. Campion and David Kevin Palmer and James E. Campion},
  journal={Personnel Psychology},
  year={1997},
  volume={50},
  pages={655-702}
}
Virtually every previous review has concluded that structuring the selection interview improves its psychometric properties. This paper reviews the research literature in order to describe and evaluate the many ways interviews can be structured. Fifteen components of structure are identified that may enhance either the content of the interview or the evaluation process in the interview. Each component is explained in terms of its various operationalizations in the literature. Then, each… 
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