Meghan Maher
Senior Talent Manager, Engineering
Tech Trends
Is a Treadmill Desk Necessary? Five Simpler Ways To Avoid The “Sitting Disease”

There has been a lot of talk about this “sitting disease” threatening to kill us all! But don’t worry, there are several ways to live a healthier work life.

by Meghan Maher
Startup Strategy
H1 Visa, Relocation, Working Remote: When Do the Benefits Outweigh the Cost of Hiring?

When weighing the cost of hiring a great candidate involves an H1 Visa, relocation, or working remote it’s good get informed and keep an open mind.

by Meghan Maher
Startup Strategy
Hiring Strategy: Does GPA Really Matter in the “Real World”?

Should GPA really factor into your job search and candidate requirements? It’s a controversial subject, but one worth discussing.

by Meghan Maher
Startup Strategy
6 Simple, Creative Employee Perks and Benefits To Keep Your Employees Happy

These six employee perks and benefits are simple, low-cost ways to attract top talent, boost productivity, and improve employee retention.

by Meghan Maher
Startup Strategy
Interview Tips: Five Steps to Solidify Your Call Back

The third installment of my interview tips series provides you with advice on how to follow up after your interview to ensure a call back.

by Meghan Maher
Startup Strategy
Interview Tips: 5 Simple Steps to Make Sure You're Prepared For Anything

These five interview tips will ensure you can walk into an interview prepared for anything.

by Meghan Maher
Tech Trends
A Millennial’s Ranting Response to a Gen-Xer’s Rant
I’ve been reading a lot lately about young employees in the workforce. For example, Forbes recently published a five-part series...
by Meghan Maher
Startup Strategy
Your Resume: Detailed or Just Plain Messy?

If I see a resume that doesn’t get to the point or is all over the place, chances are I will pass on it. Here are tips for cleaning it up.

by Meghan Maher
Startup Strategy
Positive vs. Negative Feedback: Finding The Balance

Finding the balance between positive and negative feedback is always a struggle for leadership, but doing so will improve productivity and employee morale.

by Meghan Maher