When hiring, it is best to hire for values fit before skills, experience or knowledge. Skills and knowledge can be trained and experience acquired. A person’s core values are something deep inside them, and not something that changes over time, if ever. A person with core values that do not match the company’s they work in will ultimately be unhappy, and less than highly-productive. And those are the least of the company’s worries. This person will eventually do things that are not in alignment with the company’s values, likely causing a negative situation.
Bruce Richard Reynolds was born on 7 September 1931 at Charing Cross Hospital , Strand, London , to Thomas Richard and Dorothy Margaret (née Keen). His mother died in 1935, and he had trouble living with his father and stepmother, so he often stayed with one or other of his grandmothers. Reynolds was jailed for three years on several counts of breaking and entering, and upon his release quickly started re-offending. He soon joined a gang with best friend John Daly (future brother-in-law). They were mentored by South Western gang leaders Ernie Watts and Terry Hogan (AKA Harry Booth). Also he did some (criminal?) work with Jimmy White and met Buster Edwards at Charlie Richardson 's club. Richardson in turn introduced him to Gordon Goody.