Hiring

Are you still using accounting software for your hiring?

Are you still using accounting software for your hiring?

Original post by NIKOS , Workable Blog Spreadsheets and emails are not hiring tools Everyone who’s tried to grow a business knows that hiring the right people is probably the hardest part. You’d guess that companies use specialist tools to manage this important and tedious task. But you’d be wrong. They do it already for every important aspect of their business. […]

Use Of Social Media For Hiring Is At An All-Time High [Infographic]

Original post by Social Barrel Social media is now not only used to connect with friends, it is also being used by companies and organizations for recruitment. In fact, according to this Staff.cominfographic, the sue of social media for hiring is at an all-time high. The infographic notes that 92 percent of companies use social media for […]

Selling Your Company to Tech Talent at Your Next Job Fair

Original post by Elizabeth Magill While a great deal of the job market remains sluggish – with far more applicants than qualified openings – the tech market has a different tale to tell. The search for top tech talent can feel like an angler trying to reel in an elusive Blue Marlin. You know how it […]

A Startup Guide For Making Your First Executive Hire

Original post by Kyle Wong via Forbes Starting a company is easy, building one is hard. As a startup founder your job is to recruit a world-class team. The first step is to naturally surround yourself with a passionate founder team with complementary skill sets whom you trust and work well with. The next hires are smart individual […]

Common mistakes MBAs make when trying to get hired at a startup

Original post by Thomas Eisenmann via QUARTZ Searching for a job with a startup can be frustrating and confusing for MBAs, especially when compared with the “tried-and-true” process of recruiting with big companies who visit campus. In turn, MBAs who seek employment with startups aggravate entrepreneurs by making an alarming array of mistakes. The good news: it […]