After having conducted 5,000 interviews, tracked the performance of hundreds of new hires, and trained 15-20,000 recruiters and hiring managers in the last 30 years, I can safely conclude that these are the three big reasons why the interviewing process is flawed
1. Not everyone who has a vote knows what they’re voting for
2. People who interview candidates assume lots of things and ask lots of questions that don’t predict performance
3. The voting process is rigged
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