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Only 12 per cent of C-suite staff think grades are important when hiring new employees

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Research identifies most sought-after employee attributes and skills

Posted inNews archiveon10 Jul 2018

Research released today identifies the key attributes and skills that large companies look for when hiring new candidates. The research, which was commissioned by Kingsley Leadership Academy and carried out on over 200 C-suite staff, found that:

Only 12 per cent of staff view grades as an important aspect when hiring a new employee;  ‘Work ethic’ (60 per cent) and ‘teamwork’ (45 per cent) were selected as the most important skills; Over half of professional services (55 per cent) and manufacturing companies (58 per cent)

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