Should Candidates Be Rejected for Typos? Or Resume Gaps? Or Leaving Their Resumes at Home?

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Imagine you’ve spent the last two weeks screening candidates and have found someone who seems perfect for the job. You bring them in to interview and they blow your expectations out of the water. Then, as they’re leaving, they punch someone in the hallway for absolutely no reason.

In that highly improbable scenario, no one would question your decision to immediately reject the candidate, no matter how well they’d performed throughout the rest of the hiring process. But often, when talent professionals go viral for sharing their automatic dealbreakers, the reasons for the

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