Part Six of our "Talent and the Future of Work" Series
Even after reviewing resumes and references and taking copious notes during an interview, we often unconsciously gauge a candidate’s “fit” based on whether we might want to grab a coffee or beer with him or her.
Meaningful work. That’s what most college students look forward to in a career after graduation. Even in internships they hope to do more than organize filing cabinets and carry lunch orders.
Part Five of Our "Talent and the Future of Work" Series.
Interviews are a necessary part of the hiring process, and provide a vital human, face-to-face portion of the hiring process that previous steps (like resume screening) simply lack.
Part Four of Our "Talent and the Future of Work" Series.
Walk into a networking event and right away you can see personality in action. Some people actively approach others, while others quietly sip their drink. Some discuss the weather, while others dive deep into complex issues.