When the checkout clerk at the grocery store asks you whether you want paper or plastic, there are no real consequences associated with your answer. However, when you are trying to decide if a person should work for you, the outcome is much more critical. This is not a decision that should be random and more important should not be made because of something “we think we know”. In this video you will learn how to avoid getting sidetracked when hiring. You will learn how to make decisions based on hard data.