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Why You Lose Potential New Hires  (VIDEO)

Why You Lose Potential New Hires (VIDEO)

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In this video I discuss how employers lose potential employees that they wanted to hire.

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Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been coaching people to play their professional and personal games BIG for what seems like 100 years.

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3 thoughts on “Why You Lose Potential New Hires (VIDEO)

  1. I once attended a 4 hour ‘gang bang’ interview in 30 minute increments
    without a break. At the 3 hour mark, I stopped the interviewing so I could
    drink water from their fountain and take a bio break. They seemed incensed
    by this and then tried to rush the remainder. Never gonna happen again. You
    correctly identify the cluelessness that is part of distributed and
    outsourced job interviews these days. In down markets this is especially
    bad, so these days I put an artificial deadline on conversations and simply
    state that I took the counter offer. When asked why, I reply I NEED TO STAY
    BILLABLE

  2. I once attended a 4 hour ‘gang bang’ interview in 30 minute increments without a break. At the 3 hour mark, I stopped the interviewing so I could drink water from their fountain and take a bio break. They seemed incensed by this and then tried to rush the remainder. Never gonna happen again. You correctly identify the cluelessness that is part of distributed and outsourced job interviews these days. In down markets this is especially bad, so these days I put an artificial deadline on conversations and simply state that I took the counter offer. When asked why, I reply I NEED TO STAY BILLABLE

  3. I once attended a 4 hour ‘gang bang’ interview in 30 minute increments without a break. At the 3 hour mark, I stopped the interviewing so I could drink water from their fountain and take a bio break. They seemed incensed by this and then tried to rush the remainder. Never gonna happen again. You correctly identify the cluelessness that is part of distributed and outsourced job interviews these days. In down markets this is especially bad, so these days I put an artificial deadline on conversations and simply state that I took the counter offer. When asked why, I reply I NEED TO STAY BILLABLE

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