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Is experience (number of years employed) a strong determining factor for shortlisting incumbents?
Being a job hopper, I have a very short span of work-place dedication. But I am a very committed and a hard-working professional and my supervisors have endorsed me for the same. But what really leaves me dumb-founded is the fact that a certain number of irreplaceable years is always a determining factor for shortlisting interviewees. Is this a fair recruitment process? Are experienced people only capable enough to deliver good performance and efficient outputs??