Category Archives: Hiring
This week ReWork was recognized as one of Outside Magazine’s 2015 Best Places to Work, a moment our team feels honored to experience!
Our company culture is something we’ve taken seriously since ReWork started. We’d like to share a glimpse of how we think about culture, and key lessons we’ve learned along the way.
When you’re responsible for the growth of your team, it’s easy to become overly concerned with what’s new–new roles you’re planning for, new candidates that are waiting to be reviewed, or new hires you’ve made that you need to onboard and support. Of course, these things are all critically important – but once in a while, we need to stop and remember why we’re able to even think about new hires in the first place: our core team members who are keeping the rest of the organization afloat. Read More
Even hiring managers who get everything right during the sourcing and selecting process can forget the importance of using proper onboarding to set up their hires for future success. Read More
Navigating the hiring process is often demanding, exciting, and exhausting for candidates. Whether your potential hire is an active or passive job seeker, the interview process challenges candidates to balance high levels of uncertainty with professional vulnerability– two factors contributing to why many candidates report having a predisposed fear of the process itself. But like any good challenge, there rests an opportunity on the opposing side. Read More