An applicant for a job posting in education lists his most recent relevant experience as occurring in 1973. You don’t bring him in for an interview.
Is it gender discrimination?
And if you don’t hire the
Shorter is better.
Why? The slang TL;DR comes to mind.
But it turns out there’s an educational component too — at least according to the results of a new study that examined workplace contracts.
In the study, published in the Journal of Personality & Social Psychology and recapped by Insights by Stanford Business School…