What Employers Don't Know About Their New Hires, and Why
By Charles Mojkowski and Elliot Washor
RACHEL IS ON HER FIRST SERIOUS JOB INTERVIEW at a small local design firm specializing in creating new product ideas for the home. She is escorted into a small conference room to meet a three-person interview team. The team facilitator tells Rachel that she has passed the paper screening. "Yours was a most unusual resume," he remarks. "Although it does not appear on paper that you are qualified for the position, something about your resume caught our attention. We have a few questions for you but would prefer that you start by telling us about yourself and your work."
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