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Unformatted text preview: ld be successful in a job from those who not Interviews Most widely used selection technique An unstructured interview is one in which interviewers have a general idea of the types of questions they might ask but do not have a standard set of questions (most common) A major weakness of unstructured interviews is that they tend to have low levels of validity (comparing apples to oranges) A structured interview is one win which interviewers ask a standard set of questions of all candidates about q...
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- Fall '13