Smart bosses watch what job candidates do with their coffee cups

04/22/2013 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

When it's time to make a hire, smart bosses watch what interviewees do with their coffee cups, says Nancy Aossey, CEO of the International Medical Corps. It's always a good sign when a prospective hire offer to clean up after themselves at the end of the interview. "It says something about the person, that they don't expect someone else to pick it up," Aossey says.

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