Without a doubt, one of the most popular methods of recruiting individuals for certain jobs is through having an interview. This allows an employer to meet the person and gauge their potential for the role.

Without a doubt, one of the most popular methods of recruiting individuals for certain jobs is through having an interview. This allows an employer to meet the person and gauge their potential for the role. However, people argue that there are various other ways to test someone’s suitability for a position in a company.
Interviews themselves are quite complex, with different formats and styles ranging from unstructured lunch interviews to formal panel interviews. Whilst the expectations and atmosphere varies, the aim of all these meetings is for employers to judge how well the interviewee fits into the role. For example, if an applicant for a managerial position in a multi-million dollar company presents themselves as disinterested in the role after arriving 20 minutes late, this doesn’t set a good impression on the employer. Whereas, someone who enthusiastically attends their interview on time, dressed in the appropriate formal clothing is increasingly more likely to get the job. Additionally, it affords employers the opportunity to question the applicant and learn extra things about the person that was not presented within their CV. Often, certain qualifications on a CV may look promising but the individual may not meet the standards required.
However, there is much debate on the usefulness of aptitude tests and internships as ways of enlisting employees. Aptitude tests allow certain establishments to test their applicants on their logical, abstract and quantitative reasoning. Individuals with scores above a certain percentile are then taken on by the company. This method is more time-efficient yet the same cannot be said about the financial costs of facilitating such tests. Contrastingly, offering internships to students interested in particular occupations can save on labour costs for a company whilst enabling them to directly see a future employee in action within their post. This helps them to choose someone who is ideally suited for the position.
In conclusion, traditional interviews may be the golden standard for searching for new employees within businesses but other methods such as aptitude tests and internships have become increasingly popular. I concur that Interviews, whilst being time-consuming, are far superior to other methods because they allow the employer to establish a good rapport and see the full picture of an individual.
Without a doubt, one of the most popular methods of recruiting individuals for certain jobs is through having an interview. This allows an employer to
meet
the person and gauge their potential for the role.
However
,
people
argue that there are various other ways to test someone’s suitability for a position in a
company
.

Interviews themselves are quite complex, with
different
formats and styles ranging from unstructured lunch interviews to formal panel interviews. Whilst the expectations and atmosphere varies, the aim of all these meetings is for employers to judge how well the interviewee fits into the role.
For example
, if an applicant for a managerial position in a multi-million dollar company presents themselves as disinterested in the role after arriving 20 minutes late, this doesn’t set a
good
impression on the employer. Whereas, someone who
enthusiastically
attends their interview on time, dressed in the appropriate formal clothing is
increasingly
more likely to
get
the job.
Additionally
, it affords employers the opportunity to question the applicant and learn extra things about the person that was not presented within their CV.
Often
, certain qualifications on a CV may look
promising
but
the individual may not
meet
the standards required.

However
, there is much debate on the usefulness of aptitude tests and internships as ways of enlisting employees. Aptitude tests allow certain establishments to test their applicants on their logical, abstract and quantitative reasoning. Individuals with scores above a certain percentile are then taken on by the company. This method is more time-efficient
yet
the same cannot
be said
about the financial costs of facilitating such tests.
Contrastingly
, offering internships to students interested
in particular
occupations can save on
labour
costs for a company whilst enabling them to
directly
see
a future employee in action within their post. This
helps
them to choose someone who is
ideally
suited for the position.

In conclusion
, traditional interviews may be the golden standard for searching for new employees within businesses
but
other methods such as aptitude tests and internships have become
increasingly
popular. I concur that Interviews, whilst being time-consuming, are far superior to other methods
because
they allow the employer to establish a
good
rapport and
see
the full picture of an individual.

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