The recent college admissions scandal brings to mind something many of us don’t want to think about — the fact that many successful people use their money, status, and influence for less-than-noble means. On the surface, you’d never know it, either, until it all blows up like it has recently. The harsh reality is that
Recent incidents of violence around the country remind us of the fact that people can have dark qualities to their personalities. Those tendencies can hamper performance on the job and interpersonal relations within an organization. Aptitude tests can help uncover potentially threatening or relevant information about a candidate’s attitude as part of the interview process.
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Checking candidates’ references is an essential but occasionally carelessly completed step in the hiring process. At the most basic level, you want to verify employment dates and the job title(s) associated with a reference. More importantly, getting feedback from past supervisors can be invaluable. Their input can support or contradict your impressions, in either case
Football, and in particular the NFL, is a big part of my life. Not only do I enjoy the game and all it has personally done for me, I enjoy all the lessons about business management it has to offer. In the latest rounds of NFL scandals the Miami Dolphins offensive lineman Richie Incognito was