Blog March 4, 2015

How to Spot a Jerk Before They’re Hired

Recently, CIO Insight’s Dennis McCafferty took a deep dive into our new survey findings, “Beyond the School Yard: Bullying in the Workplace,” in his piece: “Tips on How to Spot Jerks Before They’re Hired.” The slideshow not only highlights some of the most common “office jerks” that plague today’s IT workforce (the know-it-all, the bully and the complainer to name a few), but also provides some helpful tips on how to stop a jerk in his or her tracks before they infiltrate the office and wreak havoc on morale, productivity and quality of work: “To conduct due diligence, always check multiple references and search for job candidates’ digital footprint on social media networks and other sites.”

Check out the full slideshow today at: http://www.cioinsight.com/it-management/careers/slideshows/tips-on-how-to-spot-a-jerk-before-theyre-hired.html

Want to learn more about our No Jerks Allowed movement, or have a story about a jerk you’d like to share? Visit us today at NoJerksAllowed.com

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