Welcome dear readers to On Hiring: Issue No2!

Facebook at Work dominates the story this past week, as the world’s most popular social network finally enters the enterprise space. We quote Mark Zuckerberg in full below in his own announcement of the service. 

StackOverflow has been busy, featuring twice with CEO Joel Spolsky garnering widespread developer support for his anti-open office policy, whilst his company make the yet another attempt reinvent the tech resume with ‘Developer Stories’.

More good / bad stuff on Automisation, Brexit, the gig economy, workplace culture and how to write emails that get opens, clicks and conversions. And don’t miss the Imgur Image Gallery of the Jobs That No Longer Exist. Essential reading for the week ahead,

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Hung


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You can’t find your culture in a football table…

Just shut up and let your devs concentrate, advises Stack Overflow CEO Joel Spolsky

Time taken to travel to work ‘should count as work’ according to European court

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Glossary For Tech Recruiters. Part 3

Bye Bye, Bullets: The Stack Overflow Developer Story is the New Technical Resume

The Worst Hire You Can Ever Make

The UK needs tech talent quickly and it doesn’t matter where it comes from (for now)

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