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Stop being deceived by interviews when you’re hiring

Don Moore, professor, Haas School of Business | February 13, 2012

The monthly job report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics has become an uneasy gauge for the American economy. There are lots of people scrambling for what positions there are, but we rarely reflect on how those people get picked, and whether that matching process could be made more efficient. I have long been fascinated … Continue reading »