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Judging a candidate on the basis of one or two favorable characteristics is known as: A) the "halo effect" C. "like me" syndrome B) the "horn effect" D. premature selection
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User: Judging a candidate on the basis of one or two favorable characteristics is known as: A) the "halo effect" C. "like me" syndrome B) the "horn effect" D. premature selection

Weegy: B) the "horn effect
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User: Which of the following would you do first when conducting an interview? A) Open the interview C. Introduce top candidates to coworkers B) Ask your questions D. Present the realistic job preview

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Judging a candidate on the basis of one or two favorable characteristics is known as: the "halo effect".
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You would do the following first when conducting an interview: Open the interview.
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