Iziwork raises $43 million for its temporary work platform

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Turing nabs $32M more for an AI-based platform to source and manage engineers remotely

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myInterview raises $5 million for its video-based job recruitment platform

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Conflicts in California’s trade secret laws on customer lists create uncertainty

Nick Saenz Contributor Nick Saenz is a partner at Lewis & Llewellyn LLP, who focuses on employment and trade secret issues. More posts by this contributor Leaving for a competitor? Onboarding new employees? Avoid accusations of trade secret theft When salespeople in California’s dynamic tech economy transition between jobs, the value they bring to their […]

Implementing a data-driven approach to guarantee fair, equitable and transparent employee pay

Angela Loeffler Contributor Share on Twitter Angela Loeffler is Head of People at Plastiq and is a recent recipient of the Financial Technology Report’s 2020 Top 25 Women Leaders in Financial Technology. Your pay is important. It’s usually something most people don’t understand — why are we paid what we’re paid? Ultimately, this lack of […]

Emerging companies thrive on data. Shouldn’t they use it to improve hiring decisions?

Zoe Jervier Hewitt Contributor Share on Twitter Zoe Jervier Hewitt is a leadership coach and talent partner at multi-stage VC fund EQT Ventures, where she helps portfolio companies structure and accelerate their search for talent by facilitating connections to the right technology and people required to source candidates at each stage of company growth. While […]

Want to hire and retain high-quality developers? Give them stimulating work

Phil Alves Contributor Share on Twitter Devsquad founder and CEO Phil Alves is an expert entrepreneur with more than 15 years of experience in the tech industry leading product development teams for multiple clients. Software developers are some of the most in-demand workers on the planet. Not only that, they’re complex creatures with unique demands […]

Incredible Health updates its healthcare career platform to help nurse hiring cope with COVID

The healthcare industry, even prior to the current pandemic, has never looked much like other industries when it comes to hiring and career management. That was the impetus behind Incredible Health, a startup founded by medical doctor Iman Abuzeid and Amazon alum Rome Portlock. The platform Incredible Health built is all about connecting nurses with […]

How to hire your first engineer: A guide for nontechnical founders

For founders who have a startup idea — but few engineering skills to make it a reality — making the team’s first technical hire can be a daunting task. Nontechnical founders will face greater challenges when it comes to sourcing and recruiting engineering talent, but another factor that raises the stakes: They must often act […]

Unicorn layoffs prompt more startups to consider acqui-hiring

Alex Zajaczkowski was just months into her role at Toast, a restaurant point-of-sale software company, when she was let go during COVID-19 layoffs. Toast, last valued at $5 billion, cut 50% of its staff through layoffs and furloughs. Zajaczkowski said she started applying for jobs within a week. “I think I got on the boat […]