hiring

  • What interns and new grads really get paid at top tech companies

    What interns and new grads really get paid at top tech companies

    From woefully underpaid internships to legendary hiring bonuses at huge Silicon Valley companies, it’s hard for job seekers to know what they’re worth in tech. It’s even harder when they’re new to the rat race. One undergraduate computer science student at Purdue University, Jesse Collins, has taken it upon himself to gather data from undergrads and recent grads to… Read More

  • Hospitality hiring platform Industry raises $2.3M to expand nationwide

    Hospitality hiring platform Industry raises $2.3M to expand nationwide

    Industry, a job site for the hospitality sector, has raised $2.3 million in seed funding to fuel nationwide expansion, as well as product and team growth. We originally covered Industry last year when it was still in beta in San Diego with about 300 restaurants signed up. Shortly after, they raised $200,000 in pre-seed funding from local San Diego angel investors. Industry likens itself… Read More

  • HigherMe raises $1.5M to help businesses hire hourly workers

    HigherMe raises $1.5M to help businesses hire hourly workers

    Hiring startup HigherMe is announcing that it has raised $1.5 million in seed funding. It’s also brought on some big names as customers, including Dunkin Donuts, Panera Bread — and most recently, fast food chain White Castle. Co-founder and CEO Rob Hunter (a past owner of multiple Marble Slab Creamery locations) has said that when employers hire hourly workers, location… Read More

  • The hiring game Crunch Network

    The hiring game

    With nearly 8 million Americans unemployed and looking for work while nearly 6 million jobs remain unfilled, it’s fair to say that technology has not disrupted the labor market in a good way. Read More

  • Stack Overflow puts a new spin on resumes for developers

    Stack Overflow puts a new spin on resumes for developers

    Stack Overflow, the community site best known for providing answers for all of your random coding questions, also has a thriving jobs board and provides services to employers looking to hire developers. Today, the team is expanding the jobs side of its business with the launch of Developer Story, a new kind of resume that aims to free developers from the shackles of the… Read More

  • The art of interviewing 10x engineers Crunch Network

    The art of interviewing 10x engineers

    Greylock Talent Partner Dan Portillo sat down with Twitter Head of Revenue Engineering Wade Chambers to outline the best interview process to attract and retain talent. Read More

  • Vettery raises $9M as it expands its hiring marketplace to San Francisco

    Vettery raises $9M as it expands its hiring marketplace to San Francisco

    Vettery, a startup offering an alternative to the traditional recruiting process, has raised $9 million in Series A funding. On the Vettery website, the company pairs potential job-seekers with a “talent executive” who helps them through the process of creating a profile and looking over interview requests from employers. If they accept a job, Vettery will give them a $1,000… Read More

  • The silver lining of Google’s diversity efforts

    The silver lining of Google’s diversity efforts

    Google has had a big week around diversity. The company gifted a $2.8 million office space inside its New York City building to Black Girls Code, appointed Roger Ferguson, an African-American finance executive, to its board of directors, and released its latest diversity report. Most of this was good news. Having a space inside Google’s office could potentially give Black Girls… Read More

  • New rules for hiring executive candidates Crunch Network

    New rules for hiring executive candidates

    When Polyvore CEO Jess Lee was looking for a CFO, she found everything she wanted in Cheryl Dalrymple: incredible experience, shared values about how to run a company and immediate personal rapport. Yet, despite both women recognizing they could form a strong team, when Lee offered her the position, Dalrymple decided it was too early in her search and turned down Lee. Read More

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