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MONEYBALL AT WORK: They've Discovered What Really Makes A Great Employee

Rexy Tseng

Hiring decisions have always been limited to a few imperfect factors, including what appears on a resume and what impression a candidate gives off in an informal interview.

That's all changing.

Using new tracking and analytic tools, researchers have learned to value things like adaptability, social and emotional intelligence, resilience, and friendliness, as well as raw intelligence.

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  • Patrick McDonnell

    Nice find Rexy! I've often thought resumes and job interviews were useless. It's a totally unnatural situation. You have to get to know people and find out how to utilize their talents.