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2007 | nr 5 | 137--160
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Ustrukturalizowany wywiad behawioralny - alternatywa dla tradycyjnego wywiadu kwalifikacyjnego

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The Structured Behavioral Interview: An Alternative to the Conventional Interview
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Artykuł ten stanowi podsumowanie kluczowych badań naukowych na temat wywiadu kwalifikacyjnego. W szczególności skupia się on na rozróżnieniu Tradycyjnego Wywiadu (Conventional Interview) od Ustrukturalizowanego Wywiadu Behawioralnego (Structured Behaviour Interview oraz na przedstawieniu silnych i słabych punktów każdej z tych metod selekcji personelu. Punktem centralnym opracowania są właściwości psychometryczne obu typów wywiadu: są one porównane pod względem trafności i rzetelności. Na koniec przedstawione są wniosku, jakie wynikają z tego przeglądu literatury dla stosowania wywiadu w procesach selekcji personelu. (abstrakt oryginalny)
This article is a summary of key scientific research into qualifying interviews. It particularly focuses on differentiating between the "conventional interview" and the structured behavioral interview as well as on presenting the strengths and weaknesses of each of these methods of personnel selection. The core of the article looks at the psychometric properties of both interview types and compares them in terms of accuracy and reliability. The final part presents conclusions derived from a review of literature involving the application of interviews in recruitment processes. (original abstract)
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