Better interviews, planning are key to better hires

Employees who are a bad fit for a job often can't be saved, which is why more time needs to be devoted to doing better interviews so the right hire is made, say members of the She Owns It business group. "I hate how we interview. I feel like we talk, talk, talk, and the other person barely says anything, and then when they talk, they're kind of hearing what we want," says Bari Jay owner Susan Parker, who plans to try interviewing techniques described in the book "Who."

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