A Facebook exec who has made hundreds of hires says she uses one interview question to instantly reveal a candidate's true
Facebook executive Julie Zhuo has made hundreds of hires. Currently the vice president of product design, Zhuo started as an intern over 10 years ago. At the time, Facebook had only around 100 employees.
To be successful in your career, you need to align what you do with who you are. Sometimes, that means moving into a different field of work. But how do you move into a new industry when you’ve spent professional
Hiring managers gather résumés to determine when to interview promising candidates — and many use robots to eliminate bad ones before it even reaches a human being. Read more: 15 email etiquette rules
Prepping for an interview is strenuous. You need to read up on the organization, practice for those tricky behavioral interview questions, and really know how to sell yourself. But, in addition to all
A robot will probably read your résumé before a human does. Here are 3 simple tricks to make sure they don't pass it by.
"If you want to get an interview for your dream job," said Ian Siegel, "you better make sure that a robot can read your résumé." Siegel is the cofounder and CEO of the job-listing and recruiting platform
It can feel like a daunting task to negotiate your salary. We have been told that asking for more money isn’t polite. As a millennial, however, I firmly believe you should always negotiate your salary
Resume, cover letter, LinkedIn. It's the trifecta of the job hunt. Clients often ask me if they need all three and about the strategy of each. To answer: Yes, you need all three, and while your strategy