Larger organizations tend to filter out job applicants who don’t fit their preconceived ideals of educations, employment history and age. Supervisors who interview candidates face-to-face have a better chance of finding a diamond in the rough.
Larger organizations tend to filter out job applicants who don’t fit their preconceived ideals of educations, employment history and age. Supervisors who interview candidates face-to-face have a better chance of finding a diamond in the rough. Bigstock photo
Larger organizations tend to filter out job applicants who don’t fit their preconceived ideals of educations, employment history and age. Supervisors who interview candidates face-to-face have a better chance of finding a diamond in the rough. Bigstock photo

Bosses need time and courage to take chances on new hires that don’t fit the mold

June 15, 2017 07:00 AM