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Part I: After reading the article, summarize the purpose of the study, and then answer the questions below.
• What are the authors’ main points for conducting the study?
• Do you agree with the authors’ findings?
• What evidence from additional sources supports your opinion?
• What are the reasons employers use the employment interview to fill job openings?
• How effective do you think behavior-based interviews that are conducted via telephone are?
Briefly describe the main features of equal employment laws, and tell how this article demonstrates these features.

Part II: Using the knowledge you have accumulated throughout this unit, develop a minimum of five (but no more than eight) non-discriminatory interview questions that you would ask when conducting a telephone interview. These questions should be listed on the last page of your critique. Use the guidelines below to prepare your article critique.
• Parts I and II combined must be at least three pages in length.
• Summarize the article on page one. Identify the main topic or question.
• Identify the intended audience.
Think critically about the article and how it applies to the course when answering the questions. Organize the material logically by using smooth transitions and by grouping similar material together.

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The behavior-based interview is a method that employers often use in the process of selecting candidates. As the name implies, the interview is based on the theory that candidate’s behavior in previous situations is the best indicator of his or her future behavior. This interview records candidate’s behavior that is extremely important for performance at work. Unlike traditional interviews with an employer in which emphasis is placed on how strong and honest a candidate wants a job and how is motivated, in the behavior-based interview the employer is the most interested in whether the candidate has...

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