Construction Hiring Managers Can’t Ignore Quiet Candidates

Extroverts may fare better in job interviews but there’s also a strong case for hiring introverts. “The value of the introvert in the workplace is immeasurable. They are patient. They dig deep and only speak when there is something of value to say,” maintains Krista Williams, a strategic director at Seven Step RPO. “They are the backbone of many initiatives and provide private insight that they would not typically share in a group setting.” Williams suggests that more reserved candidates can add a nice balance to the outgoing personalities on your team.