We’ve all heard that age-old saw. The lesson is pretty straightforward: don’t always take things at face-value; take the time to find the deeper significance. That is never more true than when it comes to hiring an applicant who is expected to make a significant business impact. And it is ESPECIALLY true in the high-volume hiring environment of most customer-facing operations.
For the most part hiring happens fast and furious, especially this time of year, and it’s easy – and understandable – to give most candidates only a cursory look before making the offer. After all, you have seats to fill, right? A quick glace at a resume – this candidate has experience? Check! Maybe a brief face-to-face interview – the candidate looks... Read more »