Two stories: ordinary and extraordinary

It became normal to hire for education and experience. Smartness mattered more than goodness. Personality superseded character. Employers hired ideas about people rather than people. They didn’t know the person.

Not understanding the weak correlation between talking and behavior, employers talked to job candidates in an attempt to predict their behavior on jobs.

Teamwork and morale decreased. Performance and profits suffered. This was accepted as normal.

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This entry was posted in Blog and tagged . Posted on April 6th, 2012 by liz