Can you help your company more from home?
Working from home has got a bad rap. Many people seem to think it’s a way to avoid hard work by getting out from under management’s watchful eyes. Indeed, few pundits seemed to object when Yahoo, IBM, and Aetna rolled back their work-from-home policies.
Can you actually beat procrastination?
I’m the ultimate procrastinator. And I use to make it work for me as there was nothing more thrilling than the last-minute push to greatness. Oh, man, the airport power point to wow your team, or the couple days marathon of energy drinks to ramp-up that report for your manager. Sure, I was crushed afterwards, but who cared? Well, my career progression started to care.
Can you change your ways of working on hiring?
There are different claims across geographies, and the latest states 81 percent of people lie during the interview. No joke, 81 freaking percent!
That’s according to Ron Friedman. He is an award-winning social psychologist and author postulating that we are creating a condition where people are being dishonest because, well, plain and simple, it’s the only way for them to get a job.
Can AI recruit and hire better than a human?
People have biases and predilections. They make hiring decisions, often unconsciously, based on similarities that have nothing to do with the job requirements — like whether an applicant has a friend in common, went to the same school or likes the same sports.