Fatal Hiring Mistakes That Startups Make

Startups have the advantage of running lean and mean organizations. One good example is Instagram, which had only 13 employees when Facebook bought it for $1 billion in 2013. More than the numbers it is about building the right team. Read on to learn about common hiring mistakes you can avoid to be successful.

Adjusting To Remote Totality during the Covid-19 Crisis

In response to the uncertainties presented by the COVID-19 outbreak, many organizations have asked their employees to work from home. With close to a quarter of the global workforce working remotely, organizations are now facing unsurmountable challenges with little time to prepare. This phenomenon extends beyond the “speed and quality” challenges that can emerge while managing a remote workforce.

New Way to Answer “Tell Me About Yourself”

“Tell me about yourself” is one of the most dreaded interview questions. Even the most well-prepared candidates find themselves fumble their way through a vague answer. Here’s a little secret: “Tell me about yourself” is an icebreaker question to make you feel more comfortable during the interview process. It’s also a good way for the hiring manager to gravitate towards asking job-specific questions without overwhelming you.