Ask a Recruiter: “I Don’t Have Time to Hire. What Should I Do?”

October 28th, 2015

Your people are your greatest and most valuable asset. It may not always seem possible, but you need to spend time and take care when recruiting, hiring and onboarding them. In short: You need to avoid rushing your hiring process. Remember, a bad hire is far more costly in the long run than working shorthanded. […]

Understanding (and Preparing for) the Interviewing Process

October 21st, 2015

Landing a job in the quantitative field presents a unique set of challenges. Not only must you demonstrate your mathematical and analytical prowess, you must also show that you fit the corporate culture. Companies typically assess this in a multistep process made up of testing and several interviews. Here are a few tips to help […]

Crafting a Job Description that Will Attract Underrepresented Tech & Quantitative Candidates

October 14th, 2015

Hiring managers sometimes put too little thought into creating job descriptions. When it is just one more item on their to-do list rather than a carefully planned part of their recruitment strategy, it may be treated as either a wish list or a to-do list. Give a little consideration given to the tone and terminology […]

Reserved Personality? How to Shine when Interviewing

October 7th, 2015

So, you’re shy, introverted or anxiety prone. It happens to the best of job hunters … but it doesn’t make the situation any less challenging. About 25 percent of the population are considered introverts. And while introversion varies in style and intensity, they often feel alone in their desire to be alone. The job search […]