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Night-school class is "longest selection interview in history"

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Describes a night-school scheme which entails attendance for eight hours a week over a 12-week period which has been set up so that a potential employer can judge potential employees. Discusses the reasoning behind such a scheme and lists the advantages not only for the company, but also for those eventually employed, and even those people who are not selected.

Keywords: Employees; National vocational qualifications; Recruitment; Selection; Training

Document Type: Research Article


Publication date: June 1, 1998

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