Why the wrong people get hired

Paajanen, George
June 1998
Executive Excellence;Jun98, Vol. 15 Issue 6, p18
Presents the problems that contributed for hiring the wrong employees. How hiring is likely to be a manager's most important responsibility; Hiring decisions based on `gut' feel; Mistaking credentials for accomplishment.


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