Maxwell Huppert

Posts by Maxwell Huppert

  • These Are the Jobs That Are Most and Least Likely to Be Automated Next

    May 9, 2018

    Aside for showing up in flashy news headlines, self-driving vehicles haven’t had much impact on our lives...yet. But give it a few years (or maybe decades), and you will likely see that cabs, trucking routes, and even your own vehicles will become largely automated. Using automated machines designed to follow pre-programmed rules and fulfill repetitive tasks has...

  • 5 Fresh Student Recruiting Tactics That Will Make Your Company Stand Out

    May 7, 2018

    Graduation season is upon us. It’s an exciting time. And if you’re looking to hire new grads, it’s also a competitive time. Obviously, you want to hire the young men and women with the best grades, skills, and relevant work or intern experience. But so does every other company. That’s why it’s so important to make your company stand out. One way to do that and...

  • 6 of the Most Successful Business Leaders Share Their Secret to Discovering Great Talent

    May 3, 2018

    Ray Kroc, who grew McDonald’s into the hugely successful global franchise it is today, famously said, “you’re only as good as the people you hire.” This belief is not a shock to any successful business leader—nobody can build a great company alone. The question is: how do you find these great employees? Here is a round up of the questions, attributes, and quirky...

  • Writing InMails: 4 Common Mistakes and How You Can Avoid...

    May 2, 2018

    As a recruiter, you know how important it is to make a great first impression on a candidate. And often, your first point of contact...

  • This Recruiting Leader Swears by 7 Email Tactics to Grab...

    April 26, 2018

    Jeremy Schmidt had found the “golden ticket” of recruiting. As the former Director of Recruiting at a young tech company, Care Otter,...

  • 5 Must-Do’s for Writing Inclusive Job Descriptions

    April 9, 2018

    When Buffer realized that less than 2% of its candidates for developer positions were women, its leaders naturally wanted to figure...