Discuss some of the reasons why managers continue to use unstructured employment interviews despite the abundant evidence that they are not useful for predicting future job performance.© BrainMass Inc. brainmass.com October 25, 2018, 3:28 am ad1c9bdddf
Some managers may have been in their position for years. As folks often do, in any position, they become complacent and tend to just "go with the flow", so to speak. With that in mind, it's quite likely that they either do not know about the abundant research regarding the effectiveness of proper employment interview questions or they simply do not care, or want, to change their methodology.
Most folks are resistant to change ...
This solution discusses some common reasons why a manager would be hesitant to adapt their interviewing skills from "what they know" to a newer, but different, approach.
Please offer a analysis of a professional dilemma and values conflict that you experienced before you began your major course of study or during your program of studies. Be sure to complete all three sections Below
a. Describe the experience:
1) What was the ethical issue you experienced?
2) Who was involved? (Please use only first names or initials for the participants.)
3) What was the relationship of the other individual(s) to you?
b. Analyze the ethical dilemma:
1) Was there a difference in power and authority? Explain.
2) What were the ethics in question?
3) What personal values were in conflict?
4) What were the potential outcomes?
5) What were the potential consequences to you and the other parties involved?
c. Evaluate the outcome
1) What was the outcome at the time?
2) What were the consequences to you and the other parties involved?
3) Based on what you have learned since you began your program of study and through your continuing work experience, would you handle the situation differently or in the same way? Explain.