Andrew O’Connell, “The Daily Stat,” HBR Blog Network, August 12, 2014

The more a job interviewer tries to “sell” a candidate on working at the company, the less able he or she is to judge the candidate’s worthiness. Firms would do better to separate the tasks of evaluating and winning over candidates and assign those roles to different people, researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology and London Business School say. […read more]