Unintended Consequences of Transparency During Personnel Selection: Benefitting some candidates, but harming others?
Past research suggests that transparency during personnel selection procedures, that is, revealing to candidates the dimensions on which their performance is being assessed, increases both fairness and candidates’ performance. Two experiments challenge this assumption and propose that this... Full description
|1st Person:||Jacksch, Vanessa|
|Additional Persons:||Klehe, Ute‐Christine|
in International journal of selection and assessment Vol. 24, No. 1 (2016), p. 4-13
|Type of Publication:||Article|