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It works, and when a company gets a reputation for requiring candidates to arrange the reference calls -- to repeat -- C players stay away, A players are attracted to the company, and all candidates are honest in the interviews, knowing you will be talking with their coworkers. Patterns of encountering and solving problems can also reveal a wider variety of competencies. The third edition includes: Simplified Topgrading methods for entry-level jobs.

Different interviewers then ask questions that revolve around two of the categories often "Company Fit" and one other. FACT: In 25 years, with thousands of managers asking candidates to arrange reference calls, I have not heard of a single law suit.

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The Topgrading system makes hiring easier, faster, and more successful than any other process. No, they first got the right people on the bus and the wrong people off the bus and then figured out where to drive it. Smart and his son, Geoffrey, in a article in Directors and Boards magazine.