All blog posts written by #MozAlumni.
I love it when people get to do work where they can quickly receive good feedback and use it towards a better and more positive impact. That’s what I’d like in my next job. Hoping to find a company and a job But my current job is looking for work. It’s basically full-time, but it’s […]
Wowsers, another week has come to a close. The HireMoz crew has had a week full of interviews and interesting decisions to make! We also moved a couple folks to the Hired! group. Woot! As a reminder, we promote a different candidate each day, and this week we featured two QA folks, and two marketers. […]
As the weeks go by you might think that things would start to calm down here with the HireMoz group. But this week not only have we seen a few folks move over to the Hired section, but we also created a new subgroup of Contractors & Consultants. So be sure to check out those […]
Being part of a large layoff blows. Let’s just get this out of the way: whether you’re one of the employees being laid off or one of the employees who remain, the situation is crappy for everyone. You’re either A) bouncing between all Five Stages of Grief having lost your job and now beginning the […]
This has been a busy week with two more folks getting added to the “Hired” section, and lots of interviews happening all around. We also started a daily feature to promote individuals. Here’s a quick round up of this week’s featured #MozAlumni: About the AuthorAbout Jennifer Sable LopezJen is a leader in the community […]
When I was a young twenty-something whose career was just starting to take off, I was excited to be working in the dot com world. We had beer golf on Fridays, a ping pong table, a casual atmosphere, and they “cared deeply” about our work/life balance. I thought I had it made. I was working […]
Being laid off sucks. One moment you’re working away, and the next, you’re being told you’re done. It feels like a breakup. That’s how I’ve described my many emotions to friends and my Spotify recommendations seem to agree. The company I’d been working at for 5 years laid off 60+ people. 80% of my immediate […]