Use of Complex Methods When Selecting New Employees and Detecting Unsuitable Workers as an Employer

Helena KOLÁROVÁ, Robert ZEMAN, Ladislav ROLÍNEK

Abstract


A number of open competitions for employment positions utilises conventional methods, such as the analysis of written documents, interviews and references from former employers. When selecting new employees, it is possible to supplement conventional methods with the Test of colour semantic differential (TCSD), which can be used both for individuals and for groups. Careful preparation of written documents, practicing for interviews and securing good references are ways in which candidates can make a far better impression on others than is really the case. TCSD is capable of demasking this construed impression and reveal the true substance of the candidate’s personality, and potentially even reveal their dangerous nature.

Keywords


Test of colour semantic differential– TCSD, The conscious, The unconscious, Open competition.


DOI
10.12783/dtssehs/etmi2016/11162

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