Don’t Be Fooled By False Recruitment Data
There are two ways you can be deceived: believe something that is false or disbelieve the truth, because if you do that, you deceive yourself.
What does recruitment have in common with fake news, anyway?
I will explain it later, I promise. But first, let me give you a question to consider. It’s this: Figure out which of these statements below are true?
So, which of these statements are correct? If you answered “none of them,” you’re right because all of them are fakes.
And what do recruitment and fake news have in common? In both cases, it’s wise to double check the facts!
As you can see, stаtiѕtiсѕ, when рrеѕеntеd оn аnу рlаtfоrm, are vеrу роwеrful tools. But when they are intrоduсеd intо thе rеаlm оf candidates, recruiters аnd еmрlоуеrѕ, their effect саn positively and negatively determine dесiѕiоn-mаking.
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