Historically, employers depend upon resumes, references and interviews as sources of information for making hiring decisions. In practice, these sources have frustrated employers.
US Dept of Labor Experts say that two of three new hires will disappoint in the first year.
Peter Drucker suggests that chances are good that up to 66% of your company's hiring decisions will prove to be mistakes in the first twelve months.
In a survey of recent college graduates, 95% said they would be willing to make a false statement in their resumes in order to get a job. 41% admitted they had already done so, according to a report in Nation's Business (May, 1999).
It's not experience that counts or college degrees or other accepted factors; success hinges on a fit with the job.
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