Are you hiring just two-thirds of a candidate?
from By Hank Boyer
When companies hire people, the most common practice is to go about the process of describing the ideal candidate in a job posting and/or job description. Employers typically identify things like the essential duties of the position; the ideal set of educational credentials and experiences a candidate should possess; and a set of core competencies the candidate should possess. However, this method of selecting people is missing at least a third of what makes the person a successful fit for a position of interest.
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