Selection and interviewing audit
Selecting the best person for a job is particularly important for organisations providing services to vulnerable people. A poor appointment can put service users at risk. The interview is key. All kinds of subjective opinions and impressions can come into play during an interview and it is important to ensure that this does not unfairly disadvantage some people or favour others. Candidates have the right not to be unfairly discriminated against, and you must have guidelines in place to prevent this. This evaluation aims to help you assess and improve your selection and interviewing practices.
There are 17 questions spread over pages. If you would like to prepare your answers, you can view and print all the questions first. Otherwise, you can start the audit below.
Please select your answers to the questions below. Questions marked with an asterisk (*) and highlighted must be answered before you can move on to the next page. Click on 'clear' at the bottom of the page to clear your selections and start the page again.
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