When looking at the results of eye-tracking studies in the context of personnel selection, one can easily get the creeps.
The curriculum vitae contains a lot of information, but on average a recruiter only screens it for about 6 seconds. But what exactly do HR professionals look for when they assess an applicant?
In our current research project in the field of work psychology at Linnaeus University in Sweden we address the question of how HR decision makers judge candidates. To obtain meaningful results, we are now looking for volunteers - participants with, but also without experience in the selection of applicants are welcome to participate. Since we plan to publish the results internationally, we conduct this study in English, but it is easy to understand. Promised!
If you are interested, we would like to share the results with you. Please send us an email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or connect with me via Xing right here, so that I can send you the publication.