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Employer Branding Advice: What Would Bob Dylan Do? The Classic Rocker Guide to Building Employer Brand

What Would Bob Dylan Do? The Classic Rocker Guide to Building Employer Brand

Employer branding is no longer a nice-to-do, it’s become a must-do in order to attract the game-changing talent we all need in this fiercely competitive market. Talent branding like a rock star requires fearless courage, great stage presence, and a powerful voice – and the yield makes it well worth your while.

 

Career Advice: New grads- The unspoken rules of the workplace

New Graduates: These Are The Unspoken Rules Of The Workplace No One Tells You

Graduation is an exciting (and scary) time; you’re leaving a world where you know all the rules and entering into a world where what’s expected of you often isn’t so clear cut. The rules that truly matter in the workplace are often not written anywhere-they’re simply things that those who have been in it for a while consider to be obvious.

 

Career Advice: Elon Musk Just Gave Some Brilliant Career Advice. Here It Is in 1 Sentence

Elon Musk Just Gave Some Brilliant Career Advice. Here It Is in 1 Sentence

In his recent TED interview, the serial entrepreneur hit on what it takes to develop a successful mindset.

Employer Branding Advice: Building an employer brand worth bragging about

Building an employer brand worth bragging about

Chris Johnson, CEO and co-founder of recruiting platform Uncubed, kicked off the first edition of his company’s HR Uncubed conference during the late morning hours of Apr. 27 in the large tasting room of the Brooklyn Brewery. Attendees sat on wooden benches clad in everything from ties to t-shirts.

 

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Recruitment News: Diary Of A Former Apple Intern

Diary Of An Ex-Apple Intern

With that in mind, it’s probably no surprise that competition for internships is intense , particularly at hot companies like Apple, Google, Tesla, and others . So how do you get an internship at these coveted companies? I spoke to Maxime Britto, who is now a software engineer and the founder of Purple Giraffe , a French online school for mobile developers.

 

Recruitment Marketing: From Trendy to Necessary

Recruitment Marketing: From Trendy to Necessary

Recruitment marketing has grown in the last few years from being just a buzzy fad or aspirational “nice to have” into a core HR discipline. Study after study shows that best-in-class talent acquisition functions begin the recruiting process long before a candidate applies for a job or future new hires even think they need a new job.

 

Career Advice: The CEO of a billion-dollar brand says he doesn’t hire people with a red-flag quality that’s ‘the enemy of everything’

The CEO of a billion-dollar brand says he doesn’t hire people with a red-flag quality that’s ‘the enemy of everything’

If you’re heading into a job interview planning to self-deprecate and talk about all your past screw-ups, you’re probably not going to get hired. On the flip side, if you’re heading there thinking that you really deserve the interviewer’s job, you’re probably not going to get hired, either.

 

Employer Branding Advice: Does Your Brand Attract Star Employees?

Does Your Brand Attract Star Employees?

by Nate Dvorak and Robert Gabsa Story Highlights A majority of Americans say now is a good time to find a quality job Companies do a poor job of conveying their brand promise to job seekers Organizations need to reach job seekers on an emotional level Many star employees are probably ready to leave their companies.

 

Culture News: A five-step formula for fostering a culture of innovation

A five-step formula for fostering a culture of innovation

The Holy Grail these days is a “culture of innovation”. Everybody wants one. Nobody quite knows what it is or how to arrange it for their firm. Soren Kaplan, a consultant based in San Francisco and affiliated professor at University of Southern California’s Marshall School of Business, agrees with the desire for a culture of innovation.

 

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