“Hör du mig?! Ser du mig?!” : En kvalitativ intervjustudie om social interaktion, digital scenmiljö ochrekryterares bedömningsmöjligheter under digitala anställningsintervjuer

Detta är en Kandidat-uppsats från Örebro universitet/Institutionen för humaniora, utbildnings- och samhällsvetenskap

Sammanfattning: Due to the restrictions during the covid-19 pandemic, organizations have needed to implement digital job interviews instead of physical job interviews. This will probably remain in the future because digital job interviews are not only due to the pandemic but also the digitalization in general. The purpose of this study is to investigate the social interaction and the importance of the digital setting, during digital job interviews, from the perspective of recruiters. By studying this, recruiters' assessment possibilities are also made visible. As digital job interviews are an unexplored area in sociology, a section on previous research has been built upon the basis of various themes related to the subject. Previous research has, for example, shown that nonverbal communication and recruiters' subjective perception become crucial when assessing job applicants. The study's theoretical frame of reference is based on Mead's (1976) concept of gestures and Goffman's (2020) dramaturgical perspective. This study conducted qualitative interviews with recruiters working at a Swedish municipality. The results from the study show that non-verbal communication is limited, that technology influences the interaction and that the digital setting is essential during digital job interviews. In addition, the study shows that technology and the digital setting affect the assessment of job applicants. The study also highlights how a skill-based approach has consequences for the assessment during digital job interviews.

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