We’ve always been told universities and colleges like to see a broad spectrum and balanced representation of activities on a candidate’s application, much in the same way an employer likes to see such a varied background when hiring out of college. But in both situations, the listing of the involvement and achievements is similar to a degree: You can list it but what has it really done for you and how has it made you…
Ok, maybe you don’t fire your new hire, but the net effect is the same when they leave anyway because the job they accepted wasn’t what they had expected, and was much less than what was conveyed to them, during the interviewing process.
From the new hire’s perspective, hiring them for having the right skills on paper only does not suffice when it comes to the perfect storm of success in an Employer-Employee union—the right Skills,…
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