"HR Methods: A Review" Description
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An in-depth interview provides a human element to the interview process. It is a flexible method in that it uses a guide of questions as a framework, whilst allowing the applicant to have a free flow of conversation (Robbinson, 2002). As such, it provides an opportunity for the applicant to talk in-depth about a topic. Although the order of items in the question guide will not change across applicants, the different responses of each participant will necessitate different promptings for additional details. This type of interview provides the employer with insight into the experiences of applicants from the applicant's point of view, such as inquiring into the applicant's perceptions of work-life conflicts and their experience with critical incidents in the workplace (Kets de Vries, 1984).
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