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Blog Post: Structure your hiring process with these re:Work tools

Job description checklist [document] - Make sure your job postings are clear and consistent by using a checklist like this one from Google’s hiring team. A good job description should clearly expl...
Hiring

Blog Post: How many interviews does it take to hire a Googler?

The hiring process at Google was designed to be meticulous in order to avoid false positives or toxic hires. We thought that the more Google employees who interviewed a single candidate, the better...
Hiring

Guide: Train your interviewers

Interviewing can serve many purposes: it provides a way to find great candidates and it can also solidify company culture, create camaraderie, and provide a sense of belonging for existing employe...
Hiring

Blog Post: Should you hire for cultural fit or adaptability?

Recent years have seen a proliferation of assessment tools designed to identify, screen, and select employees who match an organization’s culture. But people vary not only in their initial levels o...

Blog Post: Listen to this podcast on how Google hires

In a recent podcast from the Google Partners team, Lisa Stern Haynes, a longtime member of the recruiting team at Google, spoke about how Google does staffing. Listen to the podcast here on Google ...
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Blog Post: Google explains why "Hiring is the Most Important Thing You Do"

Shannon Shaper, who looks at hiring effectiveness, shared some of Google’s approach to finding, assessing, and recruiting great talent. Shaper sits on Google’s hiring innovation team, which focuse...
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Blog Post: Get that second (and third) opinion on a candidate before hiring

One hundred years ago, British statistician Francis Galton was on a mission to prove that intelligence only exists in a few elite. He seized the opportunity to prove it when 800 townsfolk, from far...
Hiring

Blog Post: Gusto hires for culture enhancement, not culture fit

In addition to robust structured interviews to assess a candidate's role-related knowledge (coding abilities for software engineers, accounting skills for finance, etc.) we at Gusto, a payroll, ben...
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Blog Post: Hiring, honeybees, and human decision making

Dozens of studies have shown that the choices we make over what we eat, how we save, and even how we vote can be affected by how those choices are presented: their choice architecture. Research has...
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Blog Post: The science of structured interviewing

When designing a hiring process, organizations are generally solving for four outcomes: Predictive validity (how well does the hiring process differentiate strong future employees from weaker ones...
Hiring

Guide: Shape the candidate experience

Google defines the “candidate experience” to include every interaction a candidate has with the company, from getting an email that an application has been received all the way through to getting ...
Hiring

Guide: Review resumes

Just as resume writing is undertaken by job seekers everywhere, resume reviewing is a ubiquitous task for hiring managers. The purpose of a resume is to get a candidate past that first screen and ...
Hiring

Guide: Use structured interviewing

Structured interviewing simply means using the same interviewing methods to assess candidates applying for the same job. Research shows that structured interviews can be predictive of candidate pe...
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