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Conclusion

Integrity tests, personality inventories and in-basket tasks are just a few devices that can be used in the selection process. These methods can be both complex and expensive. Selection interviews, however, can offer a low-cost method that can achieve similar ends when the process is well designed and well implemented. Practitioners who opt for a multifaceted interview approach with varied interview formats and multiple judges should ultimately feel confident that improved recruitment decisions can be achieved.

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