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Is the job candidate a self-developer?

Market conditions change, and with those changes, companies must evolve in order to remain relevant. This means that your company’s tasks and associated expertise sets must constantly evolve. If you are to avoid situations of forced turnover, you need a workforce who is evolving with the market. Does the job seeker’s resume indicate a commitment to self-improvement, or was the last significant educational milestone stale from years ago? Inquire deeply into the self-improvement behaviors of your candidates. It doesn’t matter if the training perfectly matches the job offering; what matters is that there are indicators the candidate has constantly sought to improve and build his or her human capital over time. This type of employee will likely evolve with your company and add value long term.