Experimenting with the Linkedin newsletter feature and would appreciate any feedback on how to make this have even more impact. I have been hosting and producing a podcast for the past year called The Changeup, where each episode I interview someone who has left the corporate world to start their own thing.
Where many have dubbed it the \"Great Resignation\" I have been saying it's more the \"Great Realization\" as so many people who have realized their day to day job is not fulfilling them and they have greater purpose in the world. For some, this is raising VC to big the next big thing, for others its changing fields completely and forging a new path where passion is paramount. Each week, I will share some of my favorite quotes from the interview as well as a link to download the full episode of the podcast. I hope you enjoy and learn like I do from the awesome people bering interviewed.
As a big fan of Brian's works, especially his interviews, it was extremely fun to have him on the other side of the microphone answering questions about building his own business. We talk about the rise of niche (or is it neeeesh), how long it takes for him to realize someone is full of shit and serving a growing audience as a solo practitioner.
Former guitarist of The Smiths Johnny Marr has broken his silence on his recent public feud with ex-band member, Morrissey. In a recent interview, Marr discussed his brand new solo album and cleared up any speculation for the future of The Smiths.
Her departure followed an LBC interview with Andrew Marr on Tuesday evening, in which the peer said she would rather Johnson not continue as prime minister after he narrowly won a vote of confidence Monday evening.
I was drawn to the MCDB because of the strength and breadth of research in quantitative biology, as well as the collaborative atmosphere. For example, Tony DeTomaso and I are interested in really similar questions, but he uses amazing sea creatures as a model and I use mammalian cells. During the interview process, I had great conversations with faculty in physics and engineering as well. The communication and collaboration between departments was a huge draw for me.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. 02, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- HireVue, the global leader in video interviewing, assessments, and text-enabled recruiting tools today announced a number of growth related milestones including hitting the 33 millionth job seeker interview, a 37% increase in new customers and the appointment of Chief Growth Officer (CGO) Patrick Morrissey and Chief Marketing Officer (CMO) Amanda Hahn.
During October HireVue hit the 33 million interviews milestone. Through these virtual interviews, HireVue has helped connect candidates from almost 250 countries to 2 million roles. Over a third (36%) of these interviews were completed on mobile, almost half out of hours (48%) with overall candidate satisfaction sitting at an impressive 88%.
HireVue is also able to break out the number of interviews completed by region, with 18.5 million completed across the Americas, 5.5 million across APAC, 4.8 million across EMEA and 4 million from the rest of the world.
Now, more than ever before, HireVue customers rely on the HireVue talent experience platform to help simplify the hiring process so they can fill jobs faster. Making the hiring process more efficient and fair for candidates and companies alike. With on average 2 jobs advertised for every candidate, new customers have partnered with us to engage, interview, and assess job applicants and ultimately fill roles. This drive to connect candidates with the best opportunities the job market has to offer has led to a 37% increase in new customers in the first half of this fiscal year and a strong candidate NPS of 64.
In an interview, Jefferson said he met with Morrissey in the office of Del. Kim Taylor (R-Petersburg) alongside three other members of the Petersburg NAACP late Monday afternoon. Both Taylor and Morrissey are sponsoring legislation that would allow Petersburg to hold a referendum on hosting a casino after a similar effort failed in Richmond.
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In an emotional interview with the Richmond Free Press on Wednesday night, Myrna Morrissey shared her fears following a weekend in which allegations of child abuse and infidelity exploded into the public view.
In an exclusive interview with Dark Daily, Maggie Morrissey, Director of Recruiting and Staffing Services at Lighthouse Lab Services, explains the multi-faceted problem labs are facing meeting recruitment goals, and how understaffing can lead to bigger matters regarding morale and job satisfaction.
If you're looking to feel the polar opposite of what you experienced the first time you listened to The Smiths, former frontman Morrissey is continuing to serve up anger and disappointment with his comments on race. In a new interview posted on his website, Morrissey doubled down on his support for the far-right British political party For Britain, and claimed that he isn't racist because \"everyone ultimately prefers their own race.\"
The full interview, which you can read here, contains a whole lot of insults directed at The Guardian, Morrissey's thoughts on white privilege (\"a racist comment\"), the making of his new album California Son, and much more.
Yesterday I was interviewed by Ed Morrissey of hotair.com about Social Security:The Unfinished Work. You can find the interview at the videolink attached (my portion begins at about the one hour mark, and covers the last 30 minutes).
It was a real pleasure to do this interview. Ed's audience includes exactly the sort of people I was hoping to reach with this book -- the smart layperson hungry for more detailed information about public policy issues. Ed is one of the best interviewers I've had the pleasure to work with; not only had he started to read the book and was thus ready with detailed, pertinent questions, but he had clearly done a fair amount of supplementary research about factors ranging from annual Social Security outlays to the program's Trust Fund balance.
This level of detail isn't always possible in an interview situation; in DC, for example, the crush of competing stories and events doesn't always allow room for it. I wrote the book instead for the person who had both the time and inclination to step back a bit and to understand these issues more deeply and in their full context. This interview reminded me that the audience for this is indeed out there.
My favorite part of the interview was when he challenged me to describe some of the \"blind spots\" on the right with respect to Social Security. Ed's audience is a conservative one, and I was pleased that he wanted both to challenge me and to challenge his audience (my answer, by the way, is that the conservative side tends to underrate the costs of delay and to overstate the good that personal accounts can do). 59ce067264