Hannaford Bros. has implemented a computer test to screen all prospective entry-
Hannaford Bros. has implemented a computer test to screen all prospective entry-level employees at Shop 'n Save stores. The company was spending an average $9 to screen each applicant for an entry-level position, and use of the computer has cut the cost significantly. The system cost Hannaford $30,000 and is projected to save $250,000 in the first year of operation. The computer interview consists of 100 multiple-choice questions and five situation videos, and attempts to gauge friendly and alternative behavior as well as likelihood to stay with the company. Details.
Employment interviewing, Hannaford Bros Company Scarborough
Halper, Evan, "Hannaford Bros. has implemented a computer test to screen all prospective entry-" (1995). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 1436.
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