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The Parable of Iron Man: How One Big Hire Can Make All The Difference

In 2008, Marvel was on the ropes, or at least the movie-making part of the business was.Just look at the last eight movies featuring Marvel characters released before April 2008:Blade Trinity, Elektra, Man-Thing, Fantastic Four, X-Men: The Last Stand, Ghost Rider, Spider-Man 3 and Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer.…See More
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Derdiver commented on Paul Petrone's blog post 'How Yahoo Hires: Recruiter-In-Chief'
"This is similar to the way that amazon and google makes hires. Painfully slow process, multiple interviews over a 4-5 hour period, etc. This proves that they are so scared of making a so called bad hire why would candidates want to work there?"
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Nicholas Meyler commented on Paul Petrone's blog post 'How Yahoo Hires: Recruiter-In-Chief'
"Actually, I do call men who are micro-managers "air-headed" or similar.  But, your points are thoughtful and well-taken.  I don't think Marissa Mayer needs me to defend her intelligence or skills (but I would)."
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Keith Halperin commented on Paul Petrone's blog post 'How Yahoo Hires: Recruiter-In-Chief'
"@ Nicholas: IMSM, most CEOs are over 6 ' tall, but we don't generally discuss how that may make them more  effective. I really don't like a lot of what Marissa Mayer has done, but I'm not going to go down the road that…"
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Nicholas Meyler commented on Paul Petrone's blog post 'How Yahoo Hires: Recruiter-In-Chief'
"@Keith  Good points.  Still, I find the woman aesthetically pleasing.  It has nothing to do with her management style or her skills or success, admittedly.  I was 'deconstructing' her professional profile to focus on…"
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Keith Halperin commented on Paul Petrone's blog post 'How Yahoo Hires: Recruiter-In-Chief'
"@ Nicholas- what does her appearance have to do with anything? How many good-looking CEOs are referred to as "hunks" or "hot"? That being said, having a CEO micromanaging recruiting is one of the WORST things a company can do,…"
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"She's a hottie, but sounds like a bit too much of a micro-manager.  She should delegate more.  Leave decisions to the Manager/Director level, unless it's an immediate report or something similar.  My comments are only based…"
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How Yahoo Hires: Recruiter-In-Chief

Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer. Credit: Wikipedia CommonsIf you gave Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer truth serum and asked her about her hiring practices, she’d probably say she’s trying to put Yahoo on par with her former company, Google.If you gave Yahoo employees truth serum and asked them about Mayer’s hiring practices and HR policies,…See More
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Paul Petrone
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Communications Manager
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VoiceGlance
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Sourcing/Research
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< 1 year
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The Parable of Iron Man: How One Big Hire Can Make All The Difference

Posted on July 30, 2014 at 9:30am 0 Comments

In 2008, Marvel was on the ropes, or at least the movie-making part of the business was.

Just look at the last eight movies featuring Marvel characters released before April 2008:Blade Trinity, Elektra, Man-Thing, Fantastic Four, X-Men: The…

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The Greatest American Hires Of The Past 100 Years: Dwight Eisenhower

Posted on July 29, 2014 at 12:30pm 0 Comments

Hiring Eisenhower as the Supreme Allied Commander in Europe might have been FDR’s greatest move. Credit: Wikipedia

At VoiceGlance, we believe the key to any organization’s success is hiring the right people. To honor that belief, we…

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How Chick-fil-A Hires: The Christian Way

Posted on July 25, 2014 at 11:25am 0 Comments

The famous Chick-fil-A sandwich. Credit: J. Reed

There are a few things you need to become a franchisee operator of a Chick-fil-A.

A commitment to the company. A strong belief in “wholesome values”. A willingness to endure a year-long vetting process. And it helps…

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How Zappos Hires: All About Culture

Posted on July 24, 2014 at 4:11pm 0 Comments

Zappos CEO Tony Hsieh. Credit: Wikipedia

When Tony Hsieh started Zappos in 1999, he was smart enough to realize what would make his company stand out.

There was nothing unique or proprietary about a site that sells shoes. It had competitive prices, but…

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