WHAT ELSE IS HIGHLY LIKELY TO WORK?
The last chapter covered candidate evaluation techniques that have robust evidence for and against their use. This chapter covers techniques that do not (yet) have a strong evidence base for their efficacy. This could be due to the fact that not enough research has been conducted on them or that research has been conducted but accurately designing a study and/or collecting bias-free data is difficult. The recommendations in this chapter are therefore based on my own subjective experiences and should be investigated further.
To borrow a line from our CFO and COO Brett Baker, you can view the methods in this chapter as the “non-FDA-approved methods.” That is, they have ...