Law360 (June 17, 2019, 4:47 PM EDT) -- In a recent article published in The New York Times, Jason Dana, a professor at the Yale School of Management, argued that job interviews are “utterly useless” in identifying the best candidates for a job.
He had students interview other students and then predict their grade point averages for the following semester. The prediction was to be based on the interview, the student’s course schedule and his or her past GPA (they explained to interviewers that the past GPA was historically the best predictor of future grades at their school). In addition to predicting the GPA of the interviewee, the subjects...
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