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blog post

May 28, 2013

As recruiters, we've observed order bias in the past and found that the last one in seemed to have a slight advantage in terms of memorability. This tendency was eliminated when second and third interviews were conducted. The first candidate frequently is the one others are compared to, which can be a good thing or bad depending on the candidates. The early-bird bias has more to do with the most juicy candidate being called in and scheduled first, and not some random order perception.

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