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(Towards Data Science) Red flags in data science interviews

Posted on Jun 04, 2020 by Thomas Hudson

We liked this opinion by Jacqueline Nolis for the value it offers to candidates, hiring managers, and HR alike. She provides great tips for candidates who are assessing a company’s data science infrastructure, processes, and priorities during interviews. But if hiring managers and HR pay close attention to the author’s suggestions, they’ll find great tips to implement themselves.

To emerge stronger from the COVID-19 crisis, companies should start reskilling their workforces now (McKinsey & Co.)

Posted on Jun 04, 2020 by Sean Locke

To emerge stronger from the COVID-19 crisis, companies should start reskilling their workforces now Companies and their employees must respond to the rapidly changing conditions that the COVID-19 crisis has thrust upon the workplace. Firms must help their people adapt and evolve to those changes. By addressing these issues now companies will be stronger and […]

(Quartz) What does work look like after a pandemic?

Posted on May 11, 2020 by Thomas Hudson

Tracy Keogh, Chief Human Resources Officer at HP, shares how work and the workplace will be different after the pandemic has passed, and her first thought is the most simple – the new reality will not match the way things were before. What will change? 

(NY Times) Job Interviews Are Broken. There’s a Way to Fix Them.

Posted on May 01, 2020 by Sean Locke

Job Interviews Are Broken. There’s a Way to Fix Them. Adam Grant makes the argument that “Credentials are overrated, and motivation is underrated…” Too often firms focus on past experience, betting on the wrong people (and missing out on the right ones). How can we avoid those mistakes? The article suggests that by identifying the […]

(NYTimes) We get and give lots of bad *career* advice. Here’s how to stop

Posted on Apr 04, 2020 by Thomas Hudson

In this short read in the Times, Adam Grant, an Organization Psychologist, author, and Professor at the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania provides basic tips on how to give better advice, make better decisions ourselves, and come away more motivated. 

(Crunchbase) What you need to know about equity if you’ve been laid off

Posted on Mar 31, 2020 by Thomas Hudson

Crunchbase presents a simple guide to equity for employees who have been laid off from their companies, including types of equity they might be holding, the time-frames in which ex-employees need to exercise options, how to exercise them, and the tax implications.