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    June 27, 2017

    If you’ve ever been surprised when an offer is rejected, it’s usually because you rushed the process and didn’t test it properly. When this testing is done properly and you ask the candidate, “Are you now in a position to formally accept our offer on the terms we discussed?” the answer will be, “Yes. Of course.” If the candidate hesitates at all, do not make the...

  • How Blizzard Increased Its Number of Female Interns by 166% in One Year

    July 13, 2017

    The video game community isn’t known for its gender diversity. With women making up just 22% of all game developers internationally, the industry really needs to welcome more women into the workforce. One company breaking that mold is Blizzard Entertainment, publisher of games like World of Warcraft and one of Fortune’s 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2017. By...

  • “Work Sucks,” Says Ex-Google HR Head: 6 Tips to Change That

    June 28, 2017

    “Work sucks,” says Laszlo Bock—Google’s SVP of People Operations from 2005 to 2016—speaking at the SHRM 2017 Conference. He’s actually a pretty positive guy, but he’s quick to admit that most workplace cultures could use some work. “Work sucks,” he repeats, “unless you make it better.” And since we spend most of our waking hours working, it’s really, really...

  • 10 Hiring Mistakes You Must Stop Making Right Now

    July 20, 2017

    Most recruiters I know are guilty of at least one of the hiring mistakes below. It’s not their fault, either: these bad habits have...

  • 7 Ruthless Recruiting Lessons From Game of Thrones ...

    July 17, 2017

    The characters on Game of Thrones usually don’t get a chance to learn their lesson—they just die. It’s a ruthless world: talent is...

  • 3 Fresh Job Description Formats You Should Try (and Which...

    June 26, 2017

    14 seconds. That’s how long a job-seeker, on average, spends reviewing a job description before they decide to apply or not. And, many...