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As a human resources professional, one of your most important jobs is screening prospective employees to determine if their skills and personality will mesh with your company’s corporate culture. But that can be hard to do. Sometimes the applicant whose resume appears perfect on paper doesn’t measure up to his or her written word. Another job seeker may come across as gregarious, friendly and knowledgeable during a face-to-face interview, but may not “fit in” with his colleagues after being hired. And there’s nothing worse than realizing  90 days after a new hire comes aboard that made a mistake.Read More…