When Will Interviewers Be Willing to Use High‐Structured Job Interviews? The Role of Personality

@article{Tsai2016WhenWI,
  title={When Will Interviewers Be Willing to Use High‐Structured Job Interviews? The Role of Personality},
  author={Wei-Chi Tsai and Forrence HsinHung Chen and Hao-Yi Chen and Ko�?Yao Tseng},
  journal={Individual Issues \& Organizational Behavior eJournal},
  year={2016}
}
This study investigates the effects that three types of interviewer personality traits (extraversion, agreeableness, and conscientiousness) can have on interviewer intention to use a high‐structured interview (HSI). This study also investigates both the degree to which interviewers felt that their accountability to the interview regarding the process and the final employment decision influenced their intention to use HSI, and see if the accountability moderated the relationship between… 
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