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Hiring Secrets from the Tech Giants: Your Weekly Tips Roundup

Data & Featured Lists Editor
2 min read

If you want to compete with the best, then learn how to hire like them. In this weekly recap, we share HR tricks that the biggest tech firms use to build top-notch teams. 

  • If you want to hire the best workers, ask like Apple. The company poses mind-boggling questions to test each candidate's ingenuity, reports Lisa Eadicicco of Business Insider. 
  • When screening candidates, look beyond Harvard and Yale. Google says its recruiting efforts will no longer focus on the Ivies or high GPAs, focusing on finding original thinkers instead.
  • And if you want to select leaders like Sheryl Sandberg, then listen to Mark Zuckerberg. The billionaire entrepreneur shares the one rule he follows when seeking new employees.

Related: Mark Zuckerberg’s Surprising Work Habits: Your Weekly News Roundup



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