In the October issue of the Harvard Business Review, Peter Cappelli asks some simple but striking questions. He is focused on HR neophytes, but I doubt that most HR professionals in your organization could answer these questions. This is especially critical as more and more line managers take on significant HR responsibilities. So ask your […]
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There is ample evidence that interviews and reference checks are dismal predictors of success on the job, as they are done so poorly. In spite of human resources being an academic discipline with a strong research-base, managers “intuit” what works and have little or no training from their own HR departments (who often have little […]
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