Wissenschaftlicher Aufsatz aus dem Jahr 2015 im Fachbereich BWL - Unternehmensführung, Management, Organisation, , Sprache: Deutsch, Abstract: Walk-In interviews are one of the interview methods that the employers or organizations can choose to seek for potential employees. Walk-in interviews are spontaneous and unplanned. It is normally very short with a few questions. Walk-In interviews are grea...
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companies who wishes to employ more than 30 employees and above. It is because the costs to create such interviews are extremely high. The researcher went to several walk-in interviews to find that this interview is a definite costly for the organization. It is because the company needs to pay a large amount of overtime to fulfill the needs of labors. For example, the employers use Saturday or Sunday to interview potential employees for the organizations. Those labor times are required to reimburse to the employers.Based on the researcher experience, this kind of interview causes some problems for the interviewee compared to the interviewer. Hence, the purpose of this research is to experiment the various types of walk-in interviews that the interviewee has been experiencing. Then, the researcher needed to construct on a good walk-in interview model that will not increase the costs, yet improve the employee’s selection programmes. It benefits the organization in searching for the perfect employees to fill the empty position spot.The aim of this study is to understand the reasons behind interview methods chosen by the organizations especially walk-in interview. Since walk-in interviews are costly, the researcher is mainly focused on the areas where costs may exceed the benefits for the company. Even, the costs are greater than benefits for individuals. Hence, the researcher would like to know the costs allocated for the walk-in interview as well as their benefits and consequences for both individuals and organizations. Other than that, the researcher will experiment this by undergoing those walk-in interviews to gather the methods of walk-in interviews available. In this case, the researcher will be able to know the success rate of walk-in interview compared to the costs allocated for such employment methods.