Improving hiring with skill-based unbiased interviews

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More often than not, the hiring process comes down to the emotions or feelings that the recruiter has during the interview process. For example, you may hire an applicant because they “feel right” for the role or share characteristics with someone else who performed the same task successfully. 

As per research by the Signium Executive Search & Leadership Consultancy Firm, 96% of respondents said that intuition is a “very important” skill in hiring and promoting staff. This gut feeling or intuition is a cumulation of past experiences, cultural outlooks, and traits. Unfortunately, while our instincts can help us make quick

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