71) Hints for conducting an effective panel interview include all

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71) Hints for conducting an effective panel interview include all of the following EXCEPT:

71) ______

A) Build rapport.

B) Evaluate the candidate.

C) Ask questions.

D) Plan the interview.

E) Listen carefully rather than taking notes.


72) Suggestions to ensure that questioning is effective include all of the following EXCEPT:

72) ______

A) Prepare questions in advance.

B) Record the candidate's answers briefly but thoroughly.

C) Ask questions in order.

D) Listen to the candidate and encourage the full expression of his or her thoughts.

E) Interrogate the applicant.


73) Toward the end of the interview, time should be allotted to do all of the following EXCEPT:

73) ______

A) Answer any questions the candidate may have.

B) Politely advise a candidate if it has been determined that he or she will not be given further consideration.

C) Advocate for the position, if appropriate.

D) Thank the interviewee.

E) Advocate for the firm, if appropriate.


74) Which of the following statements about reference checking is true?

74) ______

A) Letters of reference from former employers are viewed very positively.

B) Reference checking is generally not worthwhile.

C) Women are more likely to lie on resumes than men.

D) Only about 10 percent of resumes contain inaccurate information that will be discovered when checking references.

E) Firms are increasingly using reference-checking services to thoroughly check references.


75) Hints for making reference checking more productive include all of the following EXCEPT:

75) ______

A) Use a structured form.

B) Persist in order to obtain information from the references who are difficult to reach.

C) Use an assessment centre.

D) Use references provided by the applicant as a source for other references.

E) Obtain consent for reference checks.


76) Each of the following statements about the legal issues involved in obtaining and providing reference information is true EXCEPT:

76) ______

A) As long as reference information is honest, fair, and candid, reference givers are legally protected.

B) The defence of "qualified privilege" protects reference givers, regardless of the circumstances.

C) Many companies are adopting a "no reference" policy.

D) Even if negative information is given, if it is imparted in a fair and honest manner, the reference giver is legally protected.

E) Failure to check references can lead to negligent or wrongful hiring suits.


77) The immediate supervisor is generally responsible for making the final selection decision. Reasons for this include all of the following EXCEPT:

77) ______

A) If he or she is not committed to the selected individual, that person can easily be set up for failure.

B) It is important that the individual selected fits in with current department members.

C) He or she must provide guidance and assistance to the new hire.

D) He or she is often highly skilled in the selection process.

E) He or she is generally best qualified to assess job knowledge and skills.


78) The best strategy for creating appropriate expectations about the job is:

78) ______

A) providing a realistic job preview.

B) providing an in-depth interview.

C) using simulations.

D) using realistic testing.

E) giving each applicant a copy of the job description.


79) The selection decision-making technique which involves identifying the most valid predictors and weighting them through statistical methods such as multiple regression is called:

79) ______

A) clinical strategy.

B) statistical strategy.

C) multiple-hurdle strategy.

D) benchmark approach.

E) multiple-evaluation approach.


80) All of the following statements pertaining to the final steps in the selection process are true EXCEPT:

80) ______

A) The offer specifies the starting salary.

B) A written offer of employment should always be extended.

C) The initial offer is made by telephone.

D) Candidates should be given a reasonable length of time to think over the job offer.

E) The immediate supervisor generally handles the offer of employment.




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