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Competency based interview as the recruiting method for quasi state sector in Kazakhstan
Objective of research: to identify the most preferable and objective methods for evaluating candidates for vacancies in quasi-state sector of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
At the moment, candidates are obliged to pass the following assessment methods when entering the civil service of the Republic of Kazakhstan: - Analysis of biographical data from CV for compliance with the formal qualification requirements for education, work experience and qualifications; - Passing the test of professional knowledge of the legislative acts of the Republic of Kazakhstan; - Panel interview with the commission. Selection process for candidates of national state owned companies (joint-stock companies) consists of the methods described on the above. Additionally, some of this companies apply competency based behavioral interview and sometimes, the assessment center's methodology. Our hypothesis is that the expansion of assessment methods and the inclusion of methods for evaluating behavioral competencies will improve the quality of candidate evaluation and allow companies to predict the effectiveness and productivity of future employees. We conducted a longitudinal 3-year study and calculated the correlation between the results of professional testing of candidates and the efficiency of hired employees in the next 3 years of their work at the enterprises of the quasi-state sector of Kazakhstan. We obtained positive correlations between the results of testing for knowledge of legislative acts and the results of competence based interviews with the results of appraisal the effectiveness of employees' activities. Thus, we recommend these methods for the selection of candidates for the civil service of the Republic of Kazakhstan.
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