Correcting the misconception about job candidates' motivation
Rellie Derfler-Rozin • TEDxTechnion
Substantial evidence is showing that employees are both motivated by the job itself and by things such as salary, benefits, flexibility in time. Despite that, hiring managers judge those who signal that they are also motivated by salary, benefits and so forth as lower on motivation for the job itself, leading them to discriminate against such candidate. What can we do to correct this misconception?