Tag Archives: Hiring

Job Interview Tip: Preparing for the Interview

How do you prepare for a job interview? Most people would say that we need to imagine which questions they are going to ask us during the interview. Thus, we should be ready to answer these questions. For example, there … Continue reading

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Job Interview Tip: Describing Your Previous Experience

If you are looking for a new job, it is very important to be prepared for the job interviews you are going to face. During these interviews, you probably will be asked to talk about your previous experience in projects … Continue reading

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Looking for a job in Israel: Product-Oriented versus Service-Oriented companies

I’ve been working as a mentor at Gvahim since 2014, helping Olim (new immigrants) find jobs in the Israeli hi-tech industry. In this post I would like to write about one important aspect of the Startup Nation, and the reason … Continue reading

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Remote Working is Here to Stay: Good or Bad?

One of the most interesting changes in the year of 2020 was the high increase in the number of people working from home. According to this article from the World Economic Forum, “roughly 35 to 40% of employees in developed economies … Continue reading

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Employability and the Three Stages of a Successful Career Path

I have many young friends who ask for my personal advice on long-term career strategies. Of course it seems that today almost everyone dreams about becoming an entrepreneur and having his own start-up company. But as a Plan B, if … Continue reading

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How to find the best candidates without interviews

Interviewing candidates for a job is a very expensive process. If your intention is to hire only the best people, as it should be, you will probably have to interview dozen of candidates until you find one good match. And … Continue reading

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An Interview Question for Fresh Graduates

It is extremely difficult to evaluate a candidate in a job interview, and even more difficult if this candidate is a fresh graduate. In this case we can talk about his grades, the courses he took and the projects he … Continue reading

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Learning from a Shipwreck

In the last week we followed the story of the Costa Concordia disaster, the cruise ship that partially sank after hitting a reef off the Italian coast. When I first heard about it, I could not understand how this was … Continue reading

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The Single Question Interview

The routine of a software developer normally turns around design, implementation and testing. But hopefully there will be times in which the team needs to grow, and then he will be asked to do something extraordinary: Interviews. In the software … Continue reading

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Soft Skills vs. Software Skills

When building a team of software developers, it is very important to define the profile of the engineers we want to compose it: Do we want to give importance mostly to the software skills, or do we want also to … Continue reading

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