There’s long been a fight between what employers think employees want, and what employees actually want. It’s possibly the least fun game of cat and mouse in our known universe, and it’s consistently one that leads to problems at every step of the hiring process. If employers don’t know what candidates want to hear at an interview, and approach them with the wrong emphasis, they’re not going to score promising employees. But why do employers make these sorts of mistakes? Why can’t employers and their employees get on the same page when it comes to certain topics? Let’s take a look at the symptoms, then work our way to the cause.