The positive impact of people-centric approaches on the employee experience

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“Who are you?” is a question that every professional receives at least once throughout their career, either during an interview, when meeting their manager for the first time, or when doing a company-wide intro upon starting a new job. The most common answer centers on professional achievements, skills, and experience. It’s a well-known fact that candidates usually focus on their professional lives when replying to this question during the hiring process.

But, what would happen if, instead of talking about their skills, people talk about their values? And instead of sharing how passionate they are about their work, they

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