When it comes to screening and selecting candidates, we tend to throw around a pretty basic distinction: good candidate vs. bad candidate.
Good candidates have the desired experience and education, and they are poised and confident both on the phone and in person. Bad candidates fumble and don’t give good answers and sometimes wear sunglasses to job interviews.
Come on, you’ve had a candidate who wore sunglasses during an interview, haven’t you? It happens.
Why do we so often find ourselves …