For Better Recruits Encourage Creative Cover Letters

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Recruiters are frustrated with anxious, robotic applicants. The solution is to encourage applicants to demonstrate creativity in cover letters. This playfulness will appeal to dynamic employees, and it will create an innovative corporate culture.


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