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What Qualities Should You Be Looking for in New Hires?

Are you looking at taking on new hires in your business in the coming year? If so, look for people who have not only the technical skills the job requires, but also the soft skills that will make them a valuable long-term member of your team. The post What Qualities Should You Be Looking for in New Hires? appeared first on Business Opportunities.
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