Should you refer awesome candidates for jobs at your company? Here are three compelling reasons why you should consider it.
Be the first to hear about getting a job and finding diverse talent through referrals
You need two things to be happy and productive at work. The first is loving the work itself. But the second? That one is just as important. Do you have it?
How often do you think about the future of your job, of your sector, of your industry? It's not always easy but here's one very good reason you should do it.
What do you do when someone asks you for a referral for an open position at the company you work at? Here's what you can do instead of stressing about whether they'll be a good fit or not.
Imagine being the smartest person on your team... and just how much that would suck. Because if you want to do great work, you need a great team. Discover how becoming a referrer can help you make your team (and company) better.
Deconstructing Resumes - Disarming Precedent-based Evaluations and the Obstacles in Your Campaign for the Job
Resumes as a primary vehicle to campaign for a job is increasingly becoming irrelevent for nontraditional and nonlinear career paths. Resumes force readers to forcast success using evaluations based on precedence when there is none. As markets evolve faster in our globalized age, precedence can no longer be the determinent of success.
Finding a job should not be this hard. It's even harder for those with non-traditional and non-linear careers. This is due to implicit bias in the job market. I started JobFit improve diversity in the job market and shift evaluation of talent toward a value based one.