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Decent application for getting contact info on co-workers or to look at a calendar/submit time off request but functionality beyond that is minimal. Would be nice to see available vacation/sick day hours when submitting requests or be able to initiate a phone call or begin text application when selecting someone's contact information rather than having to copy and paste where I need it.
Really surprised that it does not seem to be possible to sync the Employee Directory with my contacts app. Calling from the Directory does work now, but it would create more sense to integrate into my contacts. I also miss notifications. If my request for time off has been approved, I would prefer an application notification over an email. Finally, a sync with my calendar application would also create a lot of sense..
Beautiful useless as HR app. If holidays booked in future doesn't take those days off into acc when showing how much annual leave you have left. You can't even see primary HR information like date started working for company, pay etc. It's basically a calendar with contacts and not much else. You could probably do exactly the same if not more with a primary Google account.
Horrible application filled with pop-up ads unrelated links outdated job listings When people are using an application to look for a job on a phone they don't have time to go through a bunch of ads and a bunch of popups to test to just search something outdated and unrelated to the job search. This application is a waste of time. If you're seriously looking for a job go someplace else too much junk here
I probably would have liked this book more if the company I was working for hadn't tried to implement the info found here in a situation where it wasn't very applicable. The main issue is that this book is mostly geared toward hiring for executive-level positions, and a lot of the principles aren't transferable to hiring for other positions (an executive-level candidate might be OK going through 4 separate interviews, but your average Joe probably won't stay in the process that long). If you're hiring for the C-Level the this book is probably very useful; if not, you can still obtain some useful advise here, but don't plan on restructuring your hiring practices based on that.
I've been working with an executive coach for years to improve our success rate in hiring, and have learned a lot of hard lessons from hiring toxic people. Usually these things happened by a) not defining the role crisply and ensuring I know what I'm hiring for and why b) poisoning the interviews with things like leading questions, "selling" the candidate on the position, or giving too much info so the candidate parrotted the right answers to me; or c) failing to be really data-driven in managing people and figure out what works and doesn't over time. Of all the books that I've read, "Who" is by far the closest to the hiring and management processes I've developed with my coach's guidance. (And my coach is a GENIUS at hiring, by the way. He should write his own book.)
Perfect review of the hiring process, with lots of amazing ideas. I can't imagine anyone picking this up as part of their corporate training, and not being glad they did. Mostly because very few companies use the methods practiced by the authors (or if they do, they pay someone else to teach them how to do it correctly).
I just moved into a role at a tech company where I would have to be doing a bit of hiring, and without a lot of experience in it I was concerned it would be my the recommendation of a friend, I grabbed this book and read it cover to cover. I've since been implementing the methodology they outline and it's had a hugely positive impact on my ability to assess a candidate for a role.I've found the job scorecard, screening interview and Topgrading interviews to be the most useful part of the overall methodology
A amazing framework for all hiring managers. Incredibly detailed and formulaic. I search the process they use around scorecards for determining job criteria to be the most helpful part and the one I've got my company to adopt. The very specific interviews questions have been less useful as I'm hiring more junior people where prior work experience is more limited and specific skills are more needed.
This is the best business book out there. In a very easy way, the authors provide a fact-based approach to building a culture of "A Player" talent. They literally spell out the steps (and give you the templates) to turn their recommendations into action. I've created this book needed reading in my company. Every employee now has a scorecard and hiring is only permitted if the A Way is used. It's the true deal. Thank you to Geoff and Randy for publishing this book!!!
A colleague recommended this book to me to augment my business coaching practice. 10 clients immediately come to mind as having amazing potential of benefiting from this approach. I will read this book over and over until The A Way is second nature. I owe it to my clients.
This is THE book on hiring. Not the technical side of hiring, like how to do paperwork or anything, but how to search the right people, interview them, and obtain them on board. I was so impressed I've bought several copies for people at my company and we changed our interview process which has dramatically chop down on poor hires, saving us tens of thousands of dollars.
This book has changed our law firm. It has allowed us to hire some amazing "A" players and also to avoid some folks that interview well, but have troubling patterns that we identified with the topgrading way taught in this book. The book allowed us to avoid making some hires we might have otherwise made. It is an simple read with amazing examples. I have bought 10 copies of this book to support mates and clients do better hiring too. I highly recommend this book.
This is simply the best book on hiring I've ever read. I highly suggest entrepreneurs and business owners to sit down for an afternoon and read this book. The techniques in it are so easy and practical that anyone can do it and it actually works. My only challenge with the way of hiring is the fact that it takes longer to hire someone, so you have to stay disciplined to the process - we've always heard to hire slow and fire fast. I promise you if you will stay disciplined the returns will be exceptional. I can't say enough amazing things about the book.
First and foremost, this is amazing. Thank you for this. It's extremely helpful for making NPC's. Secondly, I have a question in regards to the art, who did the art? I'm asking because I'd like to credit the artist. Thirdly, are there any plans to incorporate more races in the future? If not that's perfectly acceptable. I'm just curious. Thank you.