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November 18, 2013

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Rick Swanson, Learning Meets Quality LLC

I'm curious what you are seeing in regard to your bullet point about unreasonable expectations from Hiring Managers. What counts as an unreasonable expectation? Is part of the disconnect between hiring managers and potential recruits a generational issue?

I'm also curious what you are seeing as far as hiring a person based on skill set, rather than hiring based on personality or "fit" with the team. In IT/Tech positions, it appears to me that hiring managers want skills over any other attribute (work ethic; esprit d-corps; adaptability). Are my sensibilities accurate here? Curious as to your thoughts.

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