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A Quick Guide to Hiring People in IT

I employ more than 15,000 people -- designers and IT developers. And still often conduct interviews for key positions on my own, remotely. So today I decided to put all my experience in this short article. Here are a few key principles and ideas which I find invaluable.

Vasily Voropaev

How to Show Job Candidates You Care About Their Career

Entrepreneurs often struggle with hiring because it doesn't seem like they care about candidates' career trajectory or ongoing development. Here's how to change that.

John Boitnott

This Meta Leader Has Interviewed More Than 300 Job Candidates. Here are Her Pro Tips to Help You Nail Your Next Job Interview.

Meta's head of Global Environmental, Social, and Governance Business shares her dos and don'ts when it comes to the phases of a job interview.

Jessica Abo

5 Unconventional Interview Questions That Get Real Answers From Candidates

Interview questions that get past the pre-planned answers and get you in front of the real candidate.

Patrick Frank

Interviews Are a 2-Way Street: How to Make the Most of Them for Mutual Success

Whether you're a hiring manager or an interviewee, here's what you should be looking for during an interview to ensure a good fit for both parties.

How to Master the Interview and Land the Job

If you want to stand out, you need to stop talking about the past.

Nigel Green

How TikTok Can Help You Supercharge Your Career

TikTok took the world by storm in 2020 with its light-hearted dances and lip-syncing videos, but now Gen Z is using it for career advice too.

Richard Maize

I've Landed 60 Live TV Interviews Without a Publicist -- Here's How You Can Do It Too

Pitch and nail an appearance without a publicist with these four steps.

Nick Wolny

If You Want to Improve Employee Satisfaction, Try This Controversial Practice

Sometimes employees need to find other opportunities to reach contentment.

Nigel Green

Here's the No. 1 Thing You Must Do When Interviewing Candidates

As interviewers, particularly in a virtual world, we must show up intentionally.

Mita Mallick