Have you ever had any of the questions below? Click on Learn more to find the answers in one of several research papers.
In a case study of 136 interviewers and 107 candidates, both interviewers and candidates found the BD Interview to be more thorough, accurate and fair, although more challenging, than the traditional interview. Learn more.
Using a measurement tool known as the Corporate Culture survey and taking specific action steps, managers and executives can create an environment where organizational members will want to do what needs to be done. Learn more.
The average Chinese worker faces burnout more often than their North American counterpart. There is also a greater discrepancy in what the average Chinese worker has and what he wants in terms of a work environment. Learn more.
There is a definite negative relationship between burnout and culture from both individual and department-level perspectives. At the department level, researchers found a strong negative relationship between shared values and the percentage of workers in the advanced stages of burnout. Learn more.
The findings of this study demonstrate that the 24-item Corporate Culture Survey is an effective culture measurement tool. The Survey reliably measures three scales that correspond to three methods of performance motivation: regulation, power and shared values. Learn more.
Depending on your current hiring methods, behavior-based interviews can save you thousands or even millions of dollars. One example in this study found that a hospital that anticipated hiring about 490 staff nurses over a three-year period could easily save in excess of $3 million. Learn more.
In his initial breakthrough study, Dr. Tom Janz demonstrates how Behavior Description Interviewing is a more valid and reliable hiring method than the unstructured interview. Learn more.
Christopher Orpen carried out a different study on the value of Behavior Description Interviewing. This study, while clearing out some of the ambiguity found in Janz's earlier study, confirms that Behavior Description Interviewing is more accurate in predicting future job performance than traditional interviews. Learn more.
Recent studies have shown that carefully structured interviews can outperform alternative predictors of job performance and that questions probing past behavior predict future performance accurately. Learn more.
Those making hiring decisions can predict the net benefits and return on investment of their decisions using a product developed by Dr. Janz. Two case studies outline how this product works. Learn more.
This meta-analytic study found that the interview is generally a good selection instrument and that structured interviews produce higher validities than unstructured interviews. The interviews with high validities also proved to be more reliable. Learn more.