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 stay top of mind, know that less really is more. Over the years, I've written a lot of resumes, for myself and others. There is one standard I have always adhered to for my resume and those of clients
Terms like ‘unicorn’, ‘dragon’ and ‘disrupt’ seem to imply success in the startup world. They are rare and require uniqueness and perhaps sheer lottery level luck. However, there are patterns and common
These are six easy things you can do to set yourself apart. With such a tight labor market and so many bad bosses to leave behind, it's a golden age for job hunters. So how not to miss a golden opportunity?
Three ways to make a great impression in your next job interview. JPMorgan Chase is the biggest bank on the planet and employs more than 250,000 people. Its CEO, Jamie Dimon, is ranked among the world's
I've been hiring people for 10 years, and I still swear by a simple rule: If someone doesn't send a thank-you email, don't
Making someone an offer to join your company is always risky. The truth is, the hiring process can uncover only so much. You're often basing your decision on a small sample of data that you collected a
It's a smart question that takes care of a nagging problem. Update: After this story was published, a reader pointed out another, even better reason why companies should copy this question. Here's the