Why This French Agency Tried “The Voice” Style Interviews—and Then Ditched Them

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If you are feeling the pinch of the labor market, why not bring some TV glitz to spice things up and attract talent?

That’s what Pôle emploi, France’s federal employment agency, had in mind when some of its branches began modeling their interviews after auditions on The Voice. On the TV show, four famous performers serve as judges. They keep their backs to the stage as they listen to singers try out. If a panel member likes what they hear, they turn in their chair and hit a buzzer, signaling their interest in mentoring

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