TAILIEUCHUNG - Three-on-one's" vs. Three "One-on-one's"

This evaluates the relative strengths of these two approaches to day visit comprehensive interviewing and sets forth some important requirements to successfully implement Three-on-one interviews. Both of these approaches have been used in management selection. Although three separate One-on-one interviews is used predominately, . Customer Business Development switched to Three-on-one's for all day visits in 1994/95, and . Human Resources has been using Three-on-one's regularly. Global Recruiting has experience with both approaches in selecting its own staff, and some . Product Supply recruiters have had experience with both approaches. . | October 7 1997 Updated May 3 2000 FILE MEMORANDUM Subject Comprehensive Interviews via Three-on-one s vs. Three One-on-one s This evaluates the relative strengths of these two approaches to day visit comprehensive interviewing and sets forth some important requirements to successfully implement Three-on-one interviews. Both of these approaches have been used in management selection. Although three separate One-on-one interviews is used predominately . Customer Business Development switched to Three-on-one s for all day visits in 1994 95 and . Human Resources has been using Three-on-one s regularly. Global Recruiting has experience with both approaches in selecting its own staff and some . Product Supply recruiters have had experience with both approaches. Three-on-one interviews typically require about hours with a candidate. One-on-one s each require about an hour. Therefore interviewers spend more time doing Three-on-one s while candidates spend less. Assessment Properly executed Three-on-one interviews can provide several benefits compared to a series of three One-on-one s. 1. Candidates spend less time under interrogation and do not have to repeat the same information on separate occasions. 2. Potentially more time is available during the day for candidate selling activities. 3. Administratively it is easier to consistently meet the objective of giving an offer before the day visit concludes. 4. Each decision maker may be exposed to more assessment information in the Three-on-one versus what they would likely have covered in their shorter One-on-one. 5. The Three-on-one situation probably helps motivate each interviewer to do their job well. 6. The Three-on-one situation provides an opportunity for less experienced or less skilled interviewers to learn from the others. 7. The obtained information may be more completely and accurately recorded by those listening while others are asking questions. There are also potential risks with Three-on-one .

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