Matching job seeker expectations with hiring manager requirements is a juggling act that necessitates exchange of sensitive information. The ability to filter down candidates to a pool of qualified candidates is more art than science and requires an understanding of qualifications as well as a demonstration of capability. Evaluating candidates based on their current salary levels may offer an indication whether they match the job requirements or not, but is this a good criteria for evaluation? Is it even wise to do so in light of the bias that exists in the marketplace? This debate topic explores the motion
“current salary is an effective indicator of candidate fitness and success potential for project manager positions.”
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