No individual or business is immune to the impacts that COVID-19 has had across the world these past months. For the first time in history, we are all united under one common realization – that to get through this, we will have to work together. As organizations work to strategize ways for coming out of […]
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Getting attention in a crowded recruiting market requires a clear pitch with an honest voice and many, many fewer adjectives than you might have imagined. Here’s a way to build your pitch.
Can’t find an exact match for your skill list? Go broad (include more skills) rather than shallow (reducing the required talent level). With pretty pictures! Don’t miss it.
Today Sam Altman, one of the Y Combinator partners, posted an article called How to Hire. There’s much to agree with in here, and a few points that I think are wrongheaded (mostly around the overused-and-underdefined phrase “culture fit”, and some assertions which are really just ageism), but the point that generated the most discussion […]
Life is too short to be stuck at a zombie startup – a company that’s not going anywhere at any speed. Here’s a plan for identifying companies worth avoiding (or leaving) while you find your Next Big Thing(TM).
So you’re thinking it’s time to leave Microsoft? Here’s how you can be prepared technically, so you aren’t surprised when you go off to interview (especially at startups).
Successful recruiting requires momentum, and you keep that momentum by making sure the recruiting process is synchronous – that each step isn’t complete until the next one is set up. You’ll reduce your lag time by 90% and improve candidate conversion.
When you’re bringing on a new recruiter (or you’re a recruiter bringing on a client), having some structure to that initial conversation can be helpful. Here are the four areas to cover when you start.
Rejection is hard. Here are some ways to deal with it, and a task or two to avoid.