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7 non-negotiables to prevent a bad hire

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  • germanygator Apo, AE
    June 1, 2012 2:07 p.m.

    That's exactly the type of company I'm looking to work for when I return back to the States. I love how they applaud even competitor's successes. As the saying goes, "A rising tide lifts all boats...".

  • worf Mcallen, TX
    May 31, 2012 10:17 p.m.

    And it's been said that college graduates can't find jobs. Are colleges graduates in America, bad hires?

    With mandated standardized testing, aren't we turning out good hires?

  • cconner01 AMERICAN FORK, UT
    May 31, 2012 8:06 p.m.

    Hi, Casual Observer - I am working with the author David Williams, and he's having trouble logging in right now to respond - but yes, honesty is inherent in this list as an element of trust - without honesty there can be no lasting trust, but I'm sure David will have more to say about that as well, when he can.

    Also - for all readers- to be very clear, David is wanting to post the link to the HBR article this column is based on as the original source of this piece. Here is that link:
    http://bit.ly/L73Xxd
    and as you can see ,the piece is stirring up some animated dialog on HBR. Feel free to comment - here or there- and
    both authors, David Williams, and Mary Michelle Scott, Fishbowl President, will do their best to jump in and respond.

    Loving the great discussion!
    Cheryl Conner

  • casual observer Salt Lake City, UT
    May 31, 2012 6:02 p.m.

    Honesty didn't make the top 7 list. Does loyalty come before honesty? Either honesty is considered ancillary to one of the other traits or it isn't considered important in today's business plan.