We don’t fight the talent war
Jason Fried

I’ve always found it’s better to hire the “right” person who can excel at the job at hand and the potential for growing instead of hiring the “best” overall candidate on paper. Clearly defining the job upfront also leads to self selection of the right candidate (or self exclusion of the otherwise “best” candidate). Also, it’s far more effective to hire someone who is hungry and with something to prove rather than someone who’s been there done that already. There are very few skills that can’t be learnt on the job assuming if the person has the right attitude

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