Snag a star performer after a slip on the career ladder

01/26/2010 |

Companies should take the opportunity to recruit a top performer who is suffering a career setback -- a "rare opportunity to hire a top performer when competition is not as intense," John Sullivan writes. An employer shouldn't accept someone with transgressions such as a drug abuse or theft, but "determine when a bump in the road is just that and not something more."

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