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Successful people selection in action

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As a people-intensive industry, the health care service should invest both time and resource in attracting, selecting and retaining its staff. Highlights the fact that the traditional interview is a poor selection tool. Outlines a systematic approach to hiring people and describes the structured behaviour interview tool. Explains the tool using a recent recruitment exercise in the health-care setting. Concludes that line management should play an active role in staff selection and organizations should look for better approach and tools to improve their hiring effectiveness.
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Keywords: Behaviour; Hong Kong; Interviews; Line Management; Recruitment; Selection

Document Type: Research Article

Publication date: 1995-05-01

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