poor hires that I know I've made over the years were driven by my emotional response to a candidate. Did I connect with them? Did I like them? Did they? Perhaps just they're not as gregarious as me and therefore perhaps you know wasn't as connected to them as I might be with someone else who was who was more outgoing, removing yourself from. That emotion is really important. And a big thing that many amazonians do, particularly the very experienced interviewers is they wait 24 hours maybe after they've done an interview so that their human emotional response to the candidate positive or negative has subsided and they are then able to look at the evidence slash data. However you wish to term it in a very objective manner your emotions have passed. And what you're now looking at is a set of data, pure data uninfluenced by your human emotion and then cross reference what you're looking for.
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