Core competencies refer to the skills, abilities, and knowledge an employee must have before he or she is able to successfully perform tasks related to his or her job. Core competencies vary greatly based on industry, company, and job. For example, a lawyer at a law firm must have extensive knowledge of law and an ability to communicate well not only with clients, but with judges and other lawyers. On the other hand, a receptionist at a law firm would not need much law knowledge, but would have to know how to work an appointment scheduling system and talk pleasantly on the phone.
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