How to hire: 5 ways to stop doing it all wrong

How to hire: 5 ways to stop doing it all wrong

Don’t miss out on talent due to outdated hiring practices

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July 13, 2018
Harvard Business Review How to Keep Your Top Talent CIO

The best hires – the people who go on to do amazing things within their companies – don’t always seem like the best fit on paper or first glance. For that reason, they are often skipped over due to traditional hiring practices. 

Attracting the best talent means rethinking your approach to hiring, argues Patty McCord in this Harvard Business Review article. Drawing from her experiences as chief talent officer for Netflix from 1998 to 2012, McCord shares actionable advice that can help organizations go beyond the resume to create new hiring and compensation practices that generate greater engagement and business results. 

If you are still hiring for “A players” or for culture fit, download this article to learn how to think differently in five key areas that impact talent recruitment.

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Carla Rudder is a writer and content manager on The Enterprisers Project.

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