Using the extant literature on best practices in the selection interview, this paper describes a technology-based selection interview system. The process includes interviewer training and certification, and the construction of standardized interview guides. Linked to a common set of human abilities and skills, answers to the questions and probes are evaluated using behaviorally anchored rating scales for each of a number of competency elements. The process described can be used to help ensure quality interviewing practices following these principles are used in organizations conducting multiple interviewers at different sites. How to use this process to address various research objectives is also discussed.
Chambers, Brad A. and Arnold, John D.
"Using Technology to Improve the Interview as a Selection Tool,"
Personnel Assessment and Decisions: Vol. 1
, Article 7.
Available at: http://scholarworks.bgsu.edu/pad/vol1/iss1/7