When hiring for cultural fit, the best thing you can do is figure out who is a pirate and who is fit for the navy.
Articles by Kris Dunn
Great recruiters always have a keen understanding of employer brand — primarily because they’re used to selling a company.
I’ve learned that for every 10 interviews you make hiring managers do against their will, they are going to get two to three pleasant surprises.
If you don’t trust the hiring manager’s boss, you should insert yourself into that process, interviewing finalists as well.
Is hiring for cultural fit a reality or a fable? Depends on your definition.
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Jerks are bad, so we rationalize that people who have low assertiveness can make better teammates.
Quality leaders give birth to more managers per capita than average leaders. You know this is true, but you’ve never tried to measure it.
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