The many perils of interview handshakes — and why they cause you to lose top candidates
You've probably had it happen to you at the start of an interview. You extend your hand and in return you get a wimpy handshake, a "fist-bump" substitute, or a wet clammy handshake that is an intermediate turnoff. Although weak hiring handshakes are quite common, to most they may seem like an insignificant part of interviewing. But everyone involved in the hiring process needs to take notice and be aware of the high negative business impact of handshake bias.
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