Companies need to come to the realization that the candidates applying for their jobs will come from all backgrounds and this includes how they communicate. Some will be extroverts and some will be introverts. The extroverts will have excellent interviews, asking questions and providing in-depth answers.
The introverts will struggle with their answers and have trouble meeting a ton of people during interviews or on their first day at the new job. Even though companies love to employ extroverts, because they are easy to talk to and can handle customer relations well, it must be said that there is nothing wrong with an introvert.
What many human resource professionals, especially hiring managers, need to do, is realize that introverts are not bad people to have in the office. Even though they might be painfully quiet, they can be very nice people who can contribute to the office just as much as the extrovert.
Introverts are very valuable to offices because they take time to think things over, they are patient, they speak only when they have something valuable to say in meetings and will share insight individually instead of in a group setting.
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