Paul Petrone
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Paul Petrone commented on Roxanne Abercrombie's blog post 'The complete A-Z of recruitment catchphrases'
"Very funny! Thanks for sharing."
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What Companies Are Getting Wrong About Social Recruiting

What should you write here? Here’s a hint: think what you can do for your audience, not what your audience can do for you. Credit: TwitterToday, I spent time looking for companies that have social recruiting – i.e. recruiting via social media – right. I looked at all the big guys, almost all of whom have Twitter pages dedicated…See More
Mar 2
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What Companies Are Getting Wrong About Social Recruiting

What should you write here? Here’s a hint: think what you can do for your audience, not what your audience can do for you. Credit: TwitterToday, I spent time looking for companies that have social recruiting – i.e. recruiting via social media – right. I looked at all the big guys, almost all of whom have Twitter pages dedicated…See More
Mar 2
Nicholas Meyler commented on Paul Petrone's blog post 'How Elon Musk Hires: 9-to-5ers Need Not Apply'
"Makes perfect sense.  Anyone who really loves their work doesn't want to be constrained to a 9 to 5 mentality anyway.  Musk is obviously smart enough to understand that he needs to hire the best -- i.e. people who love their work and…"
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How Elon Musk Hires: 9-to-5ers Need Not Apply

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, is one of the most intense and ambitious people on earth. And it shows in his hiring process. Credit: Wikipedia CommonsWhile …See More
Feb 25
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How Elon Musk Hires: 9-to-5ers Need Not Apply

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, is one of the most intense and ambitious people on earth. And it shows in his hiring process. Credit: Wikipedia CommonsWhile …See More
Feb 25
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Job Hopping Is NOT On The Rise (And That’s A Bad Thing)

This idea that millennials are job hoppers is completely inaccurate (and that might be a bad thing). Credit: Reebs, Wikipedia CommonsIf you do an Internet…See More
Feb 23
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Study: No Experience? Apply Big Or Go Home

Surprisingly, larger, more “prestigious” companies are actually more willing to hire people without experience than smaller companies.If you have no experience in a given industry, it’s logical to assume that a smaller, less prestigious company would be more willing to give you a job than a larger, more prestigious…See More
Feb 16
A blog post by Paul Petrone was featured

Why You Shouldn't Recruit For Charisma In Executive Positions

When hiring the leader of any organization, such as a CEO, one of the desired personality traits that comes up time and time again is “charismatic.” People say that they want a dynamic leader, who can inspire and lead the masses.But does charisma really lead to success? Is having a dominant personality that others instinctively follow necessarily a good thing?Jim Collins and his team spent five years indirectly researching what makes a great leader while writing the book …See More
Feb 11
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Why You Shouldn't Recruit For Charisma In Executive Positions

When hiring the leader of any organization, such as a CEO, one of the desired personality traits that comes up time and time again is “charismatic.” People say that they want a dynamic leader, who can inspire and lead the masses.But does charisma really lead to success? Is having a dominant personality that others instinctively follow necessarily a good thing?Jim Collins and his team spent five years indirectly researching what makes a great leader while writing the book …See More
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18 Quotes By Netflix’s Talent Guru That Will Make You Rethink HR

Posted on March 6, 2015 at 9:40am 0 Comments

Patty McCord, Netflix’s former Chief Talent Officer, has a very different take on HR. Credit: meme.com…

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Netflix’s Anti-Establishment, Pro-Cash, Live-And-Let-Die Culture

Posted on March 5, 2015 at 10:54am 0 Comments

Netflix’s culture seems to fly in the face of what people associate with Silicon Valley. Credit: Netflix

In a world of ping pong tables, “…

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What Companies Are Getting Wrong About Social Recruiting

Posted on March 2, 2015 at 9:30am 0 Comments

What should you write here? Here’s a hint: think what you can do for your audience, not what your audience can do for you. Credit: Twitter

Today, I spent time looking for companies that have social…

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How Elon Musk Hires: 9-to-5ers Need Not Apply

Posted on February 25, 2015 at 10:39am 1 Comment

Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, is one of the most intense and ambitious people on earth. And it shows in his hiring process. Credit: Wikipedia Commons Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, is one of the most intense and ambitious people on earth. And it shows in his hiring process. Credit: Wikipedia Commons…

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