Don't take it personally.
We didn't expect the weekend's big Twitter fight to be about hiring, but this matters a lot.
This move could help you land the job -- and maybe a higher salary, too.
In the utopian workforces of the far future, like those imagined in science fiction, there are always two commonalities.
The war of terror being fought by ISIS has a parallel battle of information - a battle for hearts, minds and recruits on the one hand, and to amplify the terror and the horror on the other. And that battle is a very 21st-century one.
In late February 2016, I was invited by the Law Society at the University of Oxford to give a talk to their members on overcoming adversity and finding strength in diversity.
I've written a few times in the past about the increasingly collaborative nature of modern science. Most of the time, these posts have focused upon the productivity gains we see when scientists work together on research.
Having personally spent nearly six years preparing for the London 2012 Olympic Games, the event, and its motto "Citius, Altius, Fortius" (Faster, Higher, Stronger), means something deeply to me. Indeed, it resonated strongly in my role as Head of Recruitment for the London Organizing Committee. It can impact your recruitment strategies, too.
Welcome to the global economy. Remote work is here to stay.
My son, heir to all we possess and hold dear in the world, just left here to attend a Frat Try-out, I mean a fraternity rush party. My husband and I attended a rather large state school in the heart of the storied SEC. GREEK LIFE was huge there, and yet we managed to eke out an education, sans the Greeks.
I am very lucky to have four school-aged daughters--it is a pleasure to watch them grow, support them in their talents, and