Are you responsible for leading a team or helping a client hire new employees or contractors? If so, then you already know the importance of reading people, being able to tell which applicants will succeed, and knowing how to properly motivate others. What you may also know are a few "facts" that in reality are workplace myths.
It's common to make assumptions about how people act in the office and what makes them (or yourself) high achievers. This infographic from O.C. Tanner sets out to debunk some of those myths. For example, they refuse to believe that people are only productive for 8 hours, that resumes dictate the best hires, that money is motivation and more. Check them all out below. Would you agree with O.C. Tanner or from your experience, are some of these completely factual?
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