What Is The Hardest Hiring Question: Experience or Potential?

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To improve the quality of hire, it is sometimes very confusing for the interviewer to look whether for required experience or to focus on candidates potential. In the hardest hiring question, recruiters need to think beyond a candidate’s current skills during the assessment process.

What Is Important: Experience or Potential?

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While looking at candidates, it is important to evaluate not only where candidates are, but where they are going and how fast they are getting there. Growth should be an essential part of candidates assessment

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