Games Interviewers Play: Why Job Candidates Are Asked to Do Strange ThingsCraig Matthews
We’ve heard all about the general characteristics of top employees: quick learner, relationship builder, ability to multitask, intellectually curious. Companies, however, frequently fail to hire these people because they make personnel decisions based on academic degrees or former titles. In fact, candidates often have to do things that might feel a little odd to help employers understand who they are and how they work.
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