4 Reasons to Hire Nervous Candidates

Don’t write off anxiety-ridden candidates who may be awkward when interviewing. Recent studies say fidgety people who don’t use much eye contact often outperform extroverts, who may talk a good game but under deliver. HR consultant Heather R. Huhman explains that candidates who seem nervous worry about making mistakes, so they are more adept at risk assessment, an important component of project management.


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