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|Title:||Re-engineering recruitment to the accounting profession|
|Citation:||Managerial Auditing Journal, 2002; 17(3):117-121|
|Abstract:||There can be few personnel techniques so lowly regarded as the recruitment interview. Yet we persevere with the use of the technique despite the overwhelming evidence of its deficiencies. The accountancy and auditing professions are as guilty as most in this regard, and suffer from rates of attrition and job turnover, which should be an embarrassment. But there are alternatives available, and this paper reports on the development of revolutionary techniques which might have a significant impact on recruitment to the accounting and auditing professions in the UK.|
|Keywords:||Biodata; Forecasting; Modelling; Performance; Recruitment|
|Appears in Collections:||Business School publications|
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