Archives for February 2014

10 Questions to Ask When Recruiting New Employees Online

In order to find top talent to fill the most important roles at your startup company, you’ll most likely want to advertise that you’re hiring those positions online. But finding, recruiting and hiring rockstar employees isn’t as simple as slapping a quick job description on a random job board online and hoping a needle will […]

Why Hiring Exclusively for Experience Doesn’t Make Sense

Five-to-seven years of Python experience; 10-plus years of .net; minimum three years of Ruby. In the software development world, nearly every job post seems to include thresholds such as these — prerequisites intended to narrow and create a stronger applicant pool. You see it in virtually every other industry too: 10 years sales experience, five […]

Fully Branded Facebook Career Pages

  Many of our clients have expressed how important it is for their branding to show consistent design and messaging on all of their social platforms. We couldn’t agree more! To help build your brand presence, we’ve added some great new features that give you complete control over customizing your Facebook Career Page. When you […]

If You Want to Leave a Legacy, Start Now

Last week, as Bill Gates watched the company he founded come to the end of a clumsy, inarticulate search for a new CEO, he stepped back in to the frontline, wagering that his personal presence can help revive its momentum. This isn’t an uncommon pattern. In 2000, Howard Schultz stepped down as CEO of Starbucks […]

How I Hire: Trust Your Gut and Take Your Time

  Over the last ten years I’ve hired around 70 people into our organization, many of whom have reported directly to me. And while most of the folks I’ve hired have been a tremendous success, we’ve had our share of strike-outs, too. And not only do I have the opportunity to hire people personally, I […]