Hiring problem? Promotion problem.

In reality, of course, society has both problems. But this lady is right. It’s not necessarily just a hiring problem — and why wouldn’t hiring be a problem, when we regularly let HR own the top of that funnel? — but it’s a promotion problem. Most companies only promote off easily-observable metrics and political connections, henceforth typically extroverted assholes become the entire leadership team, and that drives good people…

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