Why traditional job descriptions don't work

02/13/2013 | ERE.net

Job descriptions with minimum skill requirements drive away the type of candidates they should be looking to attract: ambitious, young professionals who can learn quickly, Lou Adler writes. Asking for a minimum level of experience implies that you are looking for candidates to make a lateral career move in order to join your company, which is something that most talented people are not interested in doing.

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