Virtual Insanity: Rethinking The Traditional Workplace.
Posted on June 5, 2018 11 Comments
One of my senior leaders once told me a funny story about the time his kid was asked about what Dad did for work. “He talks on the phone in the basement all day,” the kid replied. This pretty much sums up a lot of people’s perceptions about virtual work. The optics of stuff like […]
Your Fault: Don’t Blame Glassdoor for Your Crap Company Culture.
Posted on December 12, 2016 Leave a Comment
There are few companies able to generate more mainstream media coverage than Glassdoor1, who has a long track record of using the massive amounts of proprietary data across their site to generate some analytics and insights into what’s really going on in the world of work. While employers may bitch about the negative reviews (and […]
Can It Be All So Simple: If You Want the Right Tech Talent, Buy The Right Tech.
Posted on August 2, 2016 Leave a Comment
We all know that salary is the single most important factor in determining whether or not a candidate will pursue a role and accept an offer. So if you’re paying under market, or your total comp package just isn’t competitive, than isn’t a damn thing in the world that a recruiter or candidate can do, […]
Posted on October 7, 2015 2 Comments
“I do this for my culture, To let them know what my peeps look like when we roll in a Roadster. Show them how to move in a room full of vultures; Industry is shady, it needs to be taken over.” -Jay Z We all understand the inherent importance, and strategic value, of company culture, particularly […]
Tell Me About A Time When You Didn’t Suck at Interviewing.
Posted on March 31, 2015 2 Comments
At its core, recruiting is more or less an exercise in making a good first impression; from the 6-8 seconds the average recruiter (if such a thing exists) spends reviewing a resume to the reported 35 seconds job seekers spend, on average, reading an online job description, making an immediate impact is imperative for both […]
Millennials and Social Media
Posted on March 26, 2014 2 Comments
The first thing you should know about recruiting Generation Y? According to pioneering generational researchers William Strauss and Neil Howe, workers born between 1982-2000 actually prefer to be called Millennials. That nuance illustrates the essential element to recruiting and attracting the best Millennial talent — effective communications that speak to and understand their language and values. […]