Historically, employers depend upon resumes, references and interviews as sources of information for making hiring decisions. In practice, these sources have frustrated employers.

  • US Dept of Labor Experts say that two of three new hires will disappoint in the first year.
  • Peter Drucker suggests that chances are good that up to 66% of your company's hiring decisions will prove to be mistakes in the first twelve months.
  • In a survey of recent college graduates, 95% said they would be willing to make a false statement in their resumes in order to get a job. 41% admitted they had already done so, according to a report in Nation's Business (May, 1999).
  • It's not experience that counts or college degrees or other accepted factors; success hinges on a fit with the job.

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