I have spent the last 20 years studying what science tells us is the best way to hire (or the things we should not do). This has been supported with practical ‘real life’ experience working with hundreds of clients. I have witnessed three common traps that surface time and time again. Here they are:
1. Managers tend to hire their own image.
2. Decision to hire is based on how well a candidate ‘performs’ at interview.
3. Hiring Managers Place Continue reading →