Recently Laszlo Bock, Senior VP of People Operations at Google, shared some information gleaned from Google’s Big Data hiring research. This week, Cat examines a few of the takeaways — and why you may be able to sleep a little easier.
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July 12, 2013 at 1:06 am, Fred Bosick said:
That’s good to know! I got that one question with the infinite grid of 1 ohm resistors wrong anyhow.
July 12, 2013 at 11:00 am, Michelle said:
This is super news! I’m glad Google has taken the time to research this and decided to drop these kinds of questions. Yippie, we can all work at Google now that we don’t have to answer crazy questions — right?
July 12, 2013 at 4:17 pm, Richard Morgan said:
Please add an option to read your posts as text. I don’t have time to sit through a video of your posts. If nothing else, if you use a teleprompter, put a link to the teleprompter text on the post as an option.
January 15, 2014 at 9:40 am, Uber’s Kalanick Likes ‘Experiential’ Hiring - Dice News said:
[…] at work. For example, he recalls Google’s research into its use of brainteaser questions and their eventual rejection. What was supposed to cut the wheat from the chafe – at least where Google was concerned — […]
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