Given the vast availability of biographical information, valid and reliable psychological tests, prior performance
profiles, and references, along with the seemingly poor ability of employers to make intuitive selections (I/O Psych, p.139), would it be more successful for a company to hire employees without ever conducting an in-person interview? Why or why not?
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- "I language" involves: A. beginning every sentence with I B. referring to what you observe and feel, and taking responsibility for that C. pointing the finger
- First Ethos, then Pathos, then Logos. This refers to your (in correct order): A. integrity, empathy and logic B. empathy, integrity and logic C. logic,
- Paying special attention to non-verbal behavior and reading between the lines involves: A. pseudo-listening B. listening with awareness C. reflective listening