Are the Michael Scott’s of the world getting things done or just getting in the way? A look at Google’s attempt to prove how managers still matter.
For growing software companies, establishing an internship program and recruiting recent grads from top universities can be one of the best (and most economical) ways to build out competitive teams.
As the spring arrives in Boston, universities begin hosting career fairs for their students. Don’t miss the opportunity to connect with your next great hires! Use this upcoming Boston career fair schedule to mark your calendar and plan accordingly.
Traditional corporate hierarchy has always been the primary model for businesses. However, with the new holacracy model, things may change. The question is — should they?
As this was my first full year at OpenView, I wanted to reflect on my top five recruiting blog posts for you to enjoy.
To find software engineers and other niche roles you have to look beyond LinkedIn. Learn how you can start recruiting tech talent with MeetUp.com.
Do flexible work environments result in us being always on? Three influential women in the Boston tech community share their tips for staying balanced in this highly connected world.
Neither option is inherently better than the other, the question is – which is better for you? Should you work at a startup or big corporation?