As a job seeker, is it unreasonable of me to expect interview feedback? How did it go? I guess no news is good news? I guess no news is bad news? Was it something I said? Did I share too much? Did they hire someone else? Did I have too much experience? (Check email. Refresh … Continue reading How To Get Interview Feedback
The job search is challenging, and one of the hardest parts is interview preparation. Where do I start? What do I need to know? How much interview preparation is enough? How much is too much? When navigating the job search alone, simple questions like this can feel crippling. At hirepool, we’re on a mission to … Continue reading How To Prepare For My First Interview
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The truth is, you are giving the enterprise too much credit as it relates to talent acquisition. Some applicant tracking systems force you to go through a web form validation process. A few of them have partnered with a new startup to take a basic script and create a “bot” which feels more like an automated telephone system similar to my cable service provider or bank.
As a hiring manager, as well as someone who has been working in the tech industry for over 20 years, I have spent a lot of time reflecting on my experiences in the interview process, as well as those of the many candidates I’ve either interviewed myself or I am trying to hire. I’ve found that generally, the current state of interview processes — either within tech or outside of it — does not support hiring a diverse workforce.
We listen to our users, every day. Our interactions include phone calls, emails, interactions on LinkedIn, and through the hirepool.io, web app. We listen to identify patterns so that we can continue to build valuable, solutions, to empower job seekers of all backgrounds. One feeling job seekers share with us every day: the job search feels isolating.
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The job search is stressful. It’s more than a full-time job, it’s a big problem. Finding anxiety and fear is more likely than finding success. The result: lives disrupted, and potential career earnings lost.