Going overboard in hiring for attitude can backfire

07/18/2013 | ERE.net

Don't become so focused on hiring for attitude that you forget that companies need people with actual skills, Raj Sheth writes. Innovation, for instance, is hard to pull off without talented people. "Hire for attitude -- yes, but make sure they are trainable. Happy businesses go down the tubes too," Sheth writes.

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