A Quantitative Analysis of Personality Traits for Interview Processes using Verbal and Nonverbal Cues
The hireability of a candidate in a job interview process is decided from candidate’s non-verbal and verbal behaviour. Speech, Facial Expressions, Hand Gestures, Head Positions and Eye Movements are all important features to determine the candidate’s behavioural aspects which ultimately lead to his/her recruitment. These movements should complement each other in a way which enriches the vocal content. Many researchers have published their work in this field to try and predict the candidate’s personality for recruitment. This includes predicting a person’s behavioural traits based on verbal and non-verbal features. These traits are predicted by modelling different Machine Learning algorithms on prosodic features of Speech, lexical analysis of Speech, Facial Expressions, Body Posture, Eye Movements, Dress Colour.