I'm thinking Jennifer did a solid job with this piece until she connected information with her title. She offers good insight to novice job hunters wi...
July 17, 2014
brian cork Human Capital™ guarantees our placements for a full year.
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The COST of Human Capital Acquisition vs. Attrition
June 1, 2014
As posted on Linkedin 08-14-14
Consider the “rule of five” while in job-perch mode.
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Job Search Strategies: "The Rule of Five"
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Google the Word Culture
May 1, 2014
Google the word Culture
Brian Patrick Cork: The story laid-out below is fairly common.
However, my experience with Google developers/ engineers, for example, is the average pay is roughly $160k. They get some provocative variable incentive that includes different classes of stock.
However, when they can liquidate that stock is a key part of the equation.
Many of them get starry-eyed over paper wealth. So, it’s all relative.
By the way, and this is my primary point, here… This situation does not just apply to Google. The example plays-out universally.
I feel the primary attraction for people to work at Google is terrific leadership that is relevant and maturing, and a commitment to great culture and a sense of awe and curiosity. That is what is tough to match for other companies.
A Google Programmer ‘Blew Off’ A $500K Salary At Startup — Because… - businessinsider.com
“Thanks to all its money, Google is a big winner in the war on talent.”