Learn how to use the STAR method correctly and confidently in job applications, selection criteria and job interviews to prove you have the experience and skills for the job.
In a recent appeal decision (Notable Case A7447) published by the Queensland Public Service Commission, the Appeals Officer found that the selection process was deficient because the selection panel had not provided a “cogent narrative, however short” to explain their recommendation.
How you treat job candidates during the selection process has a major impact on how they view your organisation and whether you are seen as an employer of choice. Candidate care is a critical element of the selection process.
There can be serious negative consequences from adopting the “Good Cop/Bad Cop” approach to job interviews. Selection panels can lose respect from GenY’s when using this approach to selection interviews because they do not appreciate “intimidation” and assume that this will carry over to the job context.
Employment equity means treating people fairly – and that may mean treating some people differently from others. It means creating equal opportunities for people.