Hey everyone,

Welcome to On Hiring: Issue No 3. This week’s edition features the rollout of new salary survey service by Glassdoor, Linkedin’s annual report on the most hire-able skills for 2017 and the introduction of interesting / disturbing technologies Faception and Fama Technologies – both of which bear portentous implications for the world of the recruiting.

Top of the list is a fantastic post by Buster Benson, who’s performed the mammoth task of categorising the 175 cognitive biases into 4 distinct groups of purpose. It’s a mighty read and highly recommended!

I’m in Paris next week for Tru Networking for Humans and HR Tech World Congress. If you’re going to either event and would like to meet up, DM on Twitter and you can buy me a beer.

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It’s On Hiring: recruiting brainfood for the week ahead!

Hung


Cognitive bias cheat sheet

Memo to Jeff Bezos: Stack-Ranking is a Destructive Employee Practice

Rails vs NodeJS — the comparison

‘Facial-profiling’ startup Faception: Does it work?

Welcome to a world without work

How to Answer Every Work Email Quickly

Human Resources: How do we still call it ‘human?’

iOS Just Got A Paper On Nuclear Physics Accepted At A Scientific Conference

The Ops Identity Crisis

How Did Walmart Get Cleaner Stores and Higher Sales? It Paid Its People More

The tech that hiring managers are using to screen all of your social media posts

Google’s “Director of Engineering” Hiring Test

Are You Being Paid Fairly? GlassDoor Launches A New Tool To Help You Find Out

LinkedIn Unveils The Top Skills That Can Get You Hired In 2017