The Talent Shortage

Cindy Holtom

Somewhere in your mind you’ve imagined the perfect turn-key employee. They parachute out of the sky and hit the ground running with no onboarding, no training, and a smile on their face. They have the right skills, experience, and personality to seamlessly integrate with their entire department. This vision is so desirable that you actually start believing it’s going to happen, which only makes every interview more painful.

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