1. Articles in category: Hiring

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    1. The Top 3 Factors That Will Make Or Break Your Recruitment In 2017

      The Top 3 Factors That Will Make Or Break Your Recruitment In 2017

      We're days away from 2017, but many companies are still hiring like it's 2010. The entire hiring process—from the way job seekers find listings to the way recruiters reach out to prospects—has evolved quite a bit in the past few years. Now it's time for every employer to catch up to the times, lest lose the top talent to competitors that beat them to it. These are three factors that, more and more, will make or break a company's recruiting in the year ahead.

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      Mentions: Apple Inc. NPR
    2. This Is The Stage In The Hiring Process When Job Seekers Have The Most Leverage

      This Is The Stage In The Hiring Process When Job Seekers Have The Most Leverage

      A coaching client of mine was negotiating a contract with a new employer, a large pension fund. It was a big job and she really wanted it. But there were long periods of silence from the company as they went back and forth on terms. Every time they'd go silent, she worried she might've pressed too far and that they were rethinking the whole thing. They weren’t. They just had other things going on.

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      Mentions: World Bank
    3. What This GE Exec Is Hiring For In 2017 (And Why)

      What This GE Exec Is Hiring For In 2017 (And Why)

      Today’s GE is a different place from the GE you may have known 10 or even five years ago. I’ve just helped open a new site in Cincinnati that houses our Global Operations Center for the U.S. and Canada. More than just another location for a global tech company, it reflects what we’re working hardest at as we head into 2017, and how we want to get there.

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      Mentions: Canada Cincinnati
    4. What This GE Exec Is Hiring For In 2017 (And Why)

      What This GE Exec Is Hiring For In 2017 (And Why)

      Today’s GE is a different place from the GE you may have known 10 or even five years ago. I’ve just helped open a new site in Cincinnati that houses our Global Operations Center for the U.S. and Canada. More than just another location for a global tech company, it reflects what we’re working hardest at as we head into 2017, and how we want to get there.

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      Mentions: Canada Cincinnati
    5. Beyond The Thank-You Note: Four Things To Do After Your Job Interview

      Beyond The Thank-You Note: Four Things To Do After Your Job Interview

      Now that you’ve finished your job interview and sent a nice thank-you note, you might think your work is finished—that all there's left to do is wait. Not quite. In fact, there are still a few ways you can influence a hiring manager to decide in your favor. Here are four of them. One of the most awkward parts of the post-interview process is waiting for a response.

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    6. Four Tips For Following Up When You Need A Response Fast

      Four Tips For Following Up When You Need A Response Fast

      When it comes to follow-up emails, I think they fall into one of two distinct groups: Checking in because you’re desperately hoping for a response, or circling back because you desperately need a response. If you’ve ever job hunted before, you’re likely familiar with that first scenario. You’ve probably innocently popped back into the hiring manager’s inbox a few times with the faint hope that you’ll finally hear something back about next steps in the hiring process.

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    7. Beyond The Thank-You Note: Four Things To Do After Your Job Interview

      Beyond The Thank-You Note: Four Things To Do After Your Job Interview

      Now that you’ve finished your job interview and sent a nice thank-you note, you might think your work is finished—that all there's left to do is wait. Not quite. In fact, there are still a few ways you can influence a hiring manager to decide in your favor. Here are four of them. One of the most awkward parts of the post-interview process is waiting for a response.

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    8. Four Tips For Following Up When You Need A Response NOW

      Four Tips For Following Up When You Need A Response NOW

      When it comes to follow-up emails, I think they fall into one of two distinct groups: Checking in because you’re desperately hoping for a response, or circling back because you desperately need a response. If you’ve ever job hunted before, you’re likely familiar with that first scenario. You’ve probably innocently popped back into the hiring manager’s inbox a few times with the faint hope that you’ll finally hear something back about next steps in the hiring process.

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    9. Should You Apply For Your Dream Job If You're Not Qualified?

      Should You Apply For Your Dream Job If You're Not Qualified?

      There it is: your dream job. There’s just one problem. You don’t meet all the qualifications. It's a conundrum. Should you channel your inner life coach and go for it? Or should you follow the rules and wait until you have the right experience or credentials? If you sit it out, you may miss a great opportunity. On the other hand, you don’t want to waste your time or, worse, alienate hiring managers by wasting theirs.

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    10. The (Literally) Most Challenging Interview Question You Can Ask a Job Candidate

      The (Literally) Most Challenging Interview Question You Can Ask a Job Candidate

      Challenging? Absolutely. But also not for the faint of heart.

      Qualified candidates can do the job when life is good. Superstar candidates can do the job when everything collapses around them, because they have the hunger and the drive and the competitive spirit to not just compete but to win your version of the Super Bowl.

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      Mentions: Google
    11. We Don't Always Know What AI Is Thinking—And That Can Be Scary

      We Don't Always Know What AI Is Thinking—And That Can Be Scary

      "Algorithm" might be one of the most popular terms that almost no one understands. How could they? Not many people have PhDs in data science, and even those experts don't always know what's happening. "It's not clear even from a technical perspective that every aspect of AI algorithms can be understood by humans," says Guruduth Banavar, IBM's chief science officer for cognitive computing, which is what IBM calls AI. That's a scary situation.

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    12. We Don't Always Know What AI Is Thinking—And That Can Be Scary

      We Don't Always Know What AI Is Thinking—And That Can Be Scary

      "Algorithm" might be one of the most popular terms that almost no one understands. How could they? Not many people have PhDs in data science, and even those experts don't always know what's happening. "It's not clear even from a technical perspective that every aspect of AI algorithms can be understood by humans," says Guruduth Banavar, IBM's chief science officer for cognitive computing, which is what IBM calls AI. That's a scary situation.

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