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Understanding the economy of the crowd @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

When you think about crowdsourced work, you probably think about Mechanical Turk and, maybe, Uber. On the one hand, an anonymous platform where people feel like mechanical parts. On the other hand, a face-to-face platform where people are rapidly obsolescing and doomed to be replaced by robots. Read More

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The art of interviewing 10x engineers @TechCrunch @hirimalibe

Greylock Talent Partner Dan Portillo sat down with Twitter Head of Revenue Engineering Wade Chambers to outline the best interview process to attract and retain talent. Read More

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How generation Z females could be the answer to tech’s gender diversity problem — TechCrunch

While the biggest names in tech strive to close the gender gap and build more inclusive working environments, the pool of talent on offer is predominantly male. The truth is, while retention is an issue, there are simply fewer women opting for a career in tech. But new initiatives and an uptick of Gen Z…

via How generation Z females could be the answer to tech’s gender diversity problem — TechCrunch

Mentat will apply for jobs on your behalf and guarantee you get an interview — TechCrunch

Did you know nowadays there are more people who dislike their jobs than like them? While there was once a time where the vast majority of Americans were happy with their current job, now anywhere from 50 to 70 percent of employees are dissatisfied with their current position. Combine that statistic with the fact that…

via Mentat will apply for jobs on your behalf and guarantee you get an interview — TechCrunch

The silver lining of Google’s diversity efforts — TechCrunch

Google has had big week around diversity. The company gifted a $2.8 million office space inside its New York City building to Black Girls Code, appointed Roger Ferguson, an African-American finance executive, to its board of directors and released its latest diversity report. Most of this was good news. Having a space inside Google’s office could potentially give…

via The silver lining of Google’s diversity efforts — TechCrunch

Hourly employee scheduling startup When I Work secures $15MM from Drive Capital — TechCrunch

Minneapolis-based startup When I Work, secured $15 million in a Series B round led by Drive Capital. Arthur Ventures and High Alpha also participated. This follows a $9 million Series A led by e.ventures, Greycroft Partners and Arthur Ventures, bringing the company’s total financing to date to $24 million. Read More

via Hourly employee scheduling startup When I Work secures $15MM from Drive Capital — TechCrunch

Prima donna engineers — TechCrunch

In a world where engineers truly are the new rock stars and markets continue to be moderately funded, it is not uncommon to witness or experience the engineering “prima donna effect.” I’ve gently suggested this term in the past and it struck a nerve. Read More

via Prima donna engineers — TechCrunch

How to get a show on TechCrunch — TechCrunch

I’m pretty excited and happy to announce that today I’m taking over Crunch Report. “I am the captain now.” I edited over 150 episodes of Crunch Report back when Sarah Lane hosted the show and I learned a lot: how to be super efficient at editing; learning what I personally liked and disliked about Crunch…

via How to get a show on TechCrunch — TechCrunch

Pinterest adds former Amazon exec and growth expert Michelle Wilson to its board — TechCrunch

Pinterest announced this morning it’s adding former Amazon exec Michelle Wilson to its board of directors. Wilson has a background in global growth and talent acquisition, both of which are key areas of focus for the popular bookmarking service. Wilson was previously a senior executive for Amazon where she worked for 13 years, including in roles…

via Pinterest adds former Amazon exec and growth expert Michelle Wilson to its board — TechCrunch

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