Each year American businesses spend $26 billion in hiring preparation, interviewing and evaluating prospective employees. According to human
resources periodicals, a wrong management-level hiring decision can cost a company $320,000 or more in lost production and expense within the first six months of employment.
Most failures in the hiring process result from incompatibility in either, chemistry or culture, not technical skills, and yet 97% of all questions asked during
an interview are technical questions.
Today's prevalent hiring methods were first instituted in Britain in 1917 and have survived virtually unchanged. Statistics indicate that executive management
spends more time evaluating capital expenditures than making hiring decisions - despite the widespread claim in American business that "people are the most important resource."
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