New hire shows how to make sweet music in a first job

07/25/2010 | New York Times (tiered subscription model), The

A recent hire for an entry-level position at a small exercise-studio company was a music major, hired not because she played the violin but because she showed how she could think creatively, writes Carl Diehl, co-owner and franchise director of the Bar Method. "The same passion that helped her master the violin is now helping our company grow," he writes.

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