Un entretien plus riche, plus efficace, au cœur du concret

« De mon point de vue, l’entretien d’embauche s’en est trouvé facilité, parce que le dialogue s’est de suite instauré sur la base de l’outil sur lequel je m’étais positionné, et sur les missions que j’avais effectivement pu mener. » Aller “droit au but”, voilà ce qui a d’emblée séduit David Alibert, un jeune chargé d’études de 31 ans.

Epargné par la conventionnelle introduction du « Présentez-vous… », et fort du questionnaire qui lui avait permis d’anticiper les questions, ce candidat reconnaît qu’il s’est présenté de façon plus sereine face au recruteur, l’esprit soulagé d’enjeux parfois contre-productifs. Plus question alors de jouer d’artifices pour tenter de séduire son vis-à-vis, l’entretien débute par l’examen des éléments objectifs de présélection, et consiste à approfondir les réponses fournies dans la phase préliminaire.

Mieux préparé, le candidat se voit également offrir l’opportunité de s’exprimer plus longuement sur des compétences déjà mises en pratique, et de faire d’autant plus valoir sa motivation, puisqu’il en sait davantage sur le poste à pourvoir que par le biais d’une simple offre d’emploi.

Et David Alibert de conclure : « Au-delà de l’entretien, cette méthode de recrutement porte aussi ses fruits au moment de l’insertion dans la nouvelle entreprise, les managers opérationnels connaissant beaucoup mieux le nouveau venu professionnellement parlant, ses points forts comme, du reste, ses points perfectibles… »


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  1. Le 5 septembre 2012 à 8 h 22 min

    Mimina
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    I’ve been sitting on that one for a while, aclualty. Along with a number of others, which may or may not be published, at some point in the future.Andy you are not alone on that. I have plenty also. But [I] never thought I would be forced to publish them. Until now. Unlike you I found most of them on the net. So indeed I am not breaking any privacy laws by publishing them.Obviously, I didn’t take the photo of Nichola. In fact, the source is your own ‘movement’, as is so much of the information about it.David Innes was never one of us. If you think that people such as him are whom you are dealing with now you are sadly mistaken.That’s because your circles are jam-packed with anti-Semitic freaks, Hitler fetishists and White Power paranoiacs of all different shapes and sizes; ego-driven, largely illiterate “Anti-Semitic freaks”[.] Just a quick look around on lefty forums will find plenty of “anti-Semitic freaks”. Maybe you will publish their photos? Zionism is no friend of Anarchism Andy.“Largely [i]lliterate”. I find that rather funny[.] [In j]ust a couple of minutes at Rev Left[,] FDB and here one can conclude that if it c[a]me to a spelling bee the FASH no doubt will win. and full-to-bursting with paranoid phantasies and bitter sectarian rivalries. And no, I don’t feel “tuff”, at least no “tuffer” than when I publish the photo of any other neo-Nazi, for whom “the Jew” is the proper subject of extermination. And no, I’m not interested in your parents Jim — I just feel sorry for them.Andy I don’t feel sorry for you. You and your friends walk blindly through life with no idea of truth and justice. You claim to fight capitalism yet you are the tools capitalism uses to silence all debate. You guys are the useful idiots.I have no problem with a meeting with you or any other of your Anarchist mates. Hell I have gone out of my way to meet you. But you are a cunning little commie. Unlike Henderson you Andy hide under a rock. You are so petrified of us that you spend your day looking over your shoulder. Hammering away in your office like a demented demon searching for damming [sic] evidence about the fash. To[o] bad you have to source it all from overseas. Or is it that you are trying to push us hard enough here that when one of your victims seeks retribution you can be a [m]artyr?Andy you are nothing in the real world[.] [Y]ou exist only on the net. You can[‘]t even go [to] your own demos for fear of being seen.You published a hard[-]working Aussie mother[‘]s image on the net[.] [Y]ou have crossed the line. This is now a different battle you have opened up.

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