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Is hiring based on experience going away? Organizations like SAP, Capital One, and DaVita are experimenting with a unique method of prepping new hires. Before coming on board as a full-time employee, workers attend boot camp-like training programs. During that time, they receive a salary and work on critical skills needed for their roles at their companies. After they complete their “boot camps,” they begin as fully fledged employees. This type of hiring, or "last-mile" programs, “help companies get workers with the right attitudes and attributes fully ready for the job.” Dave Hoerman of DaVita describes learning how to do your first job as akin to learning how to drive a car, and notes that: “You can sit in a classroom and learn every rule in the book, but it doesn’t make sense until you get out there on the road.”
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