With strong organizational support, your hard-working employees have a fighting chance to become your next great executives. Entrepreneur Published 11:30 am PDT, Tuesday, August 7, 2018 Photo: Fizkes | Getty Images Image 1of/1 CaptionClose Image 1 of 1 Photo: Fizkes | Getty Images Are Your Company's Rising Stars Ready for the Big Promotion? Here's How to Make Sure They Are. 1 / 1 Back to Gallery Companies love to think that that outside hire they've just scored is the silver bullet that will solve their problems. But without constant, focused development and serious planning, that person could actually turn the organization into a bull's-eye. Consider GM's journey with outsider Johan de Nysschen: Thinking Nysschen would serve as the shot in the arm its Cadillac brand needed to compete in the … [Read more...] about Are Your Company’s Rising Stars Ready for the Big Promotion? Here’s How to Make Sure They Are.
How recruiting companies work
Becky Peterson, provided by Published 7:11 pm, Monday, June 25, 2018 More than 650 Salesforce employees reportedly sent a letter to CEO Marc Benioff criticizing the company's work with the U.S. Customers and Border Protection agency. The letter said the company's values were imperiled by working with the border agency, at a time when parents and children of migrants illegally crossing the border are being separated. A Salesforce representative said the company was not working with the agency with regards to "separation of families at the border." LATEST BUSINESS VIDEOS Now Playing: Now Playing Overwatch League's Appeal Lies In Its Local Teams Cheddar TV Dog-friendly workplaces Fox5 Rule the School! First Grader Wins National Doodle 4 Google Contest Buzz 60 Glenn Beck Walks Off Live CNN Interview Veuer Report: There Are Even More Millionaires in the World Buzz 60 Singapore Was #1 Cyberattack Target During U.S.-North Korea Summit Veuer DC … [Read more...] about Salesforce employees are upset over the company’s work with U.S. Customs and Border Protection as Silicon Valley grapples with the government’s use of tech (CRM)
When you’re writing your resume, these days there are a number of different audiences to consider. There’s the hiring manager. There’s the robot resume scanner. And there’s another person altogether: the recruiter. The recruiter is a bit different because they’re focused on the bottom line from the start. Where a hiring manager wants to know how you’ll fit in as part of a team, the recruiter often just wants to make sure you meet the most important job description criteria, before passing you up to the next level or down to the reject pile.So how do you get (and keep) the attention of a recruiter? Let’s look at what they look at first on resumes, to figure out how to apply that to your own.The average recruiter spends six to ten seconds looking at a resume initially before deciding whether or not to move on to the next one. So you want to catch attention fast with strong keywords, placed strategically. If they don't see what they're looking for … [Read more...] about Grab recruiters’ attention with your resume
14 March 2018 In association with On average, Europeans earn less than Brits who earn less than American scientists. But the 2017 New Scientist/SRG salary survey reveals a great deal more By Nic FlemingARE you adequately rewarded for your work? Do you ever wonder about the salaries of other scientists and engineers around you or in different places, and think about making a change? Weighing up the benefits of taking a new professional direction can be hard, especially without reliable information on the potential earnings. If such questions play on your mind, help is at hand. New Scientist and science recruitment company SRG have gathered data on the earnings of 4300 scientists and engineers from a wide range of sectors, fields and roles in the UK, mainland Europe and the US. Advertisement The online survey shows, for example, that one of the best ways for Europeans to up their earnings is to cross the Atlantic. While the average salary … [Read more...] about Salary survey: Here’s how much you could earn
Chief information security officers (CISOs) are highly sought after, to the point where good ones are expensive and hard to come by. So this is a challenge when more and more organizations, reeling in the wake of CISO-less breaches like Target and the UK’s TalkTalk, recognize the value in having one in place.Could an on-demand virtual CISO (vCISO) be the answer to your prayers? A vCISO is an outsourced security practitioner or provider who offers their time and insight to an organization on an ongoing basis, usually part-time and remotely.Entrepreneur Jane Frankland, a CISO advisor and author of InSecurity: Why a Failure to Attract and Retain Women in Cybersecurity is Making Us All Less Safe, summarized this best when speaking to CSO last year, saying a virtual CISO “is someone who has spent years in the industry, has a wealth of experience having dealt with a wide variety of scenarios, and consults on the management of an organization’s information security. … [Read more...] about What is a virtual CISO? When and how to hire one