Tag: Opening

VMware Goes “Rooney Rule” and Pledges to have both a Woman and Minority Candidate Interview for Every Opening (HR Famous...

In episode 21 of the HR Famous Podcast, long-time HR leaders (and friends) Tim Sackett, Kris Dunn, and Jessica Lee come together to talk about The Rooney Rule and VMware’s new commitment to include a minority and female candidate in every search at the company. The gang also discusses how often they’ve filled up their car tanks during quarantine, and something called Generation Zoom. Listen…

LinkUp Opening Up Its Job Market Data

This post was originally published on this site Last week job search engine LinkUp announced they were opening up their job market data going back to 2007 via the FactSet marketplace. According to the announcement; The OFM will feature LinkUp Raw, which contains the complete set of LinkUp’s job market data, dating back to 2007. The dataset includes full job listings sourced directly from employer websites,…

Why Businesses Should Do An Opening Day Every Year

Yes, I am a diehard baseball fan. And the best day of the year, hands down is Opening Day. Last Thursday was Opening Day for most teams in Major League Baseball and I bet many of you tuned in to watch or listen if you weren’t at the ballpark. Talent and HR executives can learn some valuable lessons from Opening Day and the weeks leading up…

My exact 3 minute opening Interview monologue.

Almost every failed interview can be traced back to the first three minutes. Experts will tell you the first ten seconds, but these are the same experts who have never interviewed or haven’t interviewed in the past twenty years. The reality is a little longer, but not much. An interview doesn’t really start until you’re asked to open your mouth. And, not the small talk…