Re: Hiring Publications Managers
The real question is: Can this person do the job? If you have questions,
ask the candidate to explain. Then, if the candidate seems like a good fit
(qualms aside), go deep with your reference checks until you're either
satisfied or not. But don't reject out of hand based on assumptions,
rumors, or emotion; there's enough of that stuff in the rest of life.
Besides, in this blasted "new economy" (same as the old, but with less
civility), *all* jobs are contract jobs - some just have benefits.
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