17 Burst results for "Ian Siegal"

"ian siegal" Discussed on KCBS All News

KCBS All News

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"ian siegal" Discussed on KCBS All News

"Receive his bachelor's degree in twenty twenty two so what's the big deal about this kid Eric Comstock is just fourteen years old bill right cop CBS news time for his the money once more companies are allowing employees to work from home to check the spread of the corona virus but is the internet ready for the huge increase in traffic experts say yes but it won't be problem free that would probably be a few disruptions in any residential neighborhood that seems to be the spot on the network where you expect some problems Lindbergh wireless and telecom reporter Scott Meretz says congestion could cost lower downloads and more video buffering employers could experience problems as large numbers of workers law again and stay through the work day companies aren't built to have everyone work from home they just don't have the network capacity the changes we are saying could potentially last long after the viruses contained zip recruiter CEO Ian Siegal monitors employment trends a lot of companies and really big companies are starting to loosen the reins on requiring employees to come in this may be a huge shift in how work happens in America just Dillinger Bloomberg business for KCBS now exclusively at the home depot give your lawn a one two punch a bag of Scotts turf builder triple action and save fifty percent on a bag of Scotts turf builder ultrafine pick up both backed up by triple action now to knock out tough weeks and what your feet eight weeks later to green feet all season two bags one stronger greener the one two punch Scotts turf builder triple action and fifty percent off a bag of Scotts turf builder alter at the home depot dealers get.

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"ian siegal" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"ian siegal" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO

"To that as they receive them Karen Adams can extend seventy newsradio it's now eight fifty check any money here is more companies are allowing employees to work from home to check the spread of the corona virus but is the internet ready for the huge increase in traffic experts say yes but it won't be problem free there would probably be a few disruptions in any residential neighborhood that seems to be the spot on the network were you expecting problems wireless and telecom reporter Scott Meretz says congestion could cause slower downloads and more video buffering employers could experience problems as large numbers of workers law again and stay through the work day you are don't have everyone work from home they just don't have the network capacity the changes we are saying could potentially last long after the viruses contained zip recruiter CEO Ian Siegal monitors employment trends a lot of companies and really big companies are starting to loosen the reins on requiring employees to come in this may be a huge shift in how work happens in America we check your money at twenty and fifty after each hour I'm Bloomberg's Jeff Bollinger for KNX ten seventy newsradio talking about surviving more on that story for you coming up right here on can extend seventy to take fifty two the coronavirus crisis this is the new normal as we watch the US stock market plummets against our Californians changing their routines can decide that enough this is a very empty airport like I've never seen before now more than ever you need to tune in depth coverage of the corona virus crisis on something California is only.

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"ian siegal" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

01:43 min | 9 months ago

"ian siegal" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"The spread of the corona virus but is the internet ready for the huge increase in traffic experts say yes but it won't be problem free that would probably be a few disruptions in any residential neighborhood that seems to be the spot on the network where you expect problems Bloomberg wireless and telecom reporter Scott Meretz says congestion could cause slower downloads and more video buffering employers could experience problems as large numbers of workers law again and stay through the work day companies aren't built to have everyone work from home they just don't have the network capacity the changes we are saying could potentially last long after the viruses contained zip recruiter CEO Ian Siegal monitors employment trends a lot of companies and really big companies are starting to loosen the reins on requiring employees to come in this may be a huge shift in how work happens in America I'm Jeff Bollinger with the Bloomberg business report on W. W. J. use radio nine fifty Hey this wasn't running nope that's not a faucet that's a river rushing through the forest it is yeah forced rivers provide over one hundred million people with clean water to drink the water coming straight from the forest to us in fact thank you thank you that's not a vacuum that's the trees in the forest cleaning up the air we breathe how do trees clean the air they soak up the dirty air on their leaves branches and trunks which means clean air for us who who I know that yep but the force does more than give us clean air and water it gives a shade for hot days birds listen to entries to climb well that's awesome I don't know how cool.

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"ian siegal" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

KYW Newsradio 1060

02:38 min | 9 months ago

"ian siegal" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060

"See people walking around with masks covering their faces but we did talk to some people who say they just want to do what's normal for them so as long as they feel okay they plan to be out this is having a major impact on hotels here we've seen occupancy rates dropped to twenty percent officials now say that the corona virus outbreak has spread to fifteen counties in Washington state more charges against singer R. Kelly federal prosecutors in Brooklyn filed new charges against the R. and B. singer accusing him of having sex with a minor in twenty fifteen without telling her he allegedly had herpes the court papers in New York say the singer allegedly arranged for the minor to travel to New York and other locations to have sex the new charges further a string of dozens of other counts of state and federal sexual misconduct charges in Illinois Minnesota and New York the fifty three year old has also been accused of giving genital herpes to faith Rogers who had sex with Kelly in twenty seventeen when she was nineteen years old a trial for R. Kelly in Brooklyn is set for July back Piper CBS news eight twenty five it's time for money news on K. Y. W. more companies are allowing employees to work from home to check the spread of the corona virus but is the internet ready for the huge increase in traffic experts say yes month it won't be problem free it would probably be a few disruptions in any residential neighborhood that seems to be the spot on the network where you expect some problems wireless and telecom reporter Scott Meretz says congestion could cause slower downloads and more video buffering employers could experience problems as large numbers of workers law again and stay through the work day companies aren't built to have everyone work from home they just don't have the network capacity the changes we are seeing could potentially last long after the viruses contained zip recruiter CEO Ian Siegal monitors employment trends a lot of companies and really big companies are starting to loosen the reins on requiring employees to come in this may be a huge shift in how work happens in America with money news from Bloomberg on K. Y. W. I'm Jeff Bollinger more corona virus cancellations coming in we'll tell you about it just ahead on K. Y. W. it's a twenty seven here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and sentenced to amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke coke unless you're in France which would make it a cocktail of an Iowa Democrat a Democrat New.

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"ian siegal" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:55 min | 9 months ago

"ian siegal" Discussed on WTOP

"Roof with Ruth masters the proof is in the roof morning news at twenty five and fifty five autumn WTOP this is a Bloomberg money more companies are allowing employees to work from home to check the spread of the corona virus but is the internet ready for the huge increase in traffic experts say yes but it won't be problem free it would probably be a few disruptions in any residential neighborhood that seems to be the spot on the network where you expect problems wireless and telecom reporter Scott Meretz says congestion could cause slower downloads and more video buffering employers could experience problems as large numbers of workers law again and stay through the work day companies aren't built to have everyone work from home they just don't have the network capacity the changes we are saying could potentially last long after the viruses contained zip recruiter CEO Ian Siegal monitors employment trends a lot of companies and really big companies are starting to loosen the reins on requiring employees to come in this may be a huge shift in how work happens in America from the Bloomberg news room I'm Jeff Ballenger on WTOP just ahead on WTOP free virus testing and sickly for employees as part of a bill just approved by the house it's six fifty six all right listen up people someone in this department is using too much internet Amy you don't live here well let's not make this personal tried gig speed internet from Xfinity I've heard about that can't you connect like a ton of devices that's correct Sir so we can stream game face text or whatever we want to do on all our devices at once we all you'll barely notice me unrelated does anyone have extra closet space power your home with the turbocharged gig speed internet from Xfinity that simple easy also switch to Xfinity internet TV and voice for seventy nine ninety nine a month for.

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"ian siegal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

WCBS Newsradio 880

02:07 min | 9 months ago

"ian siegal" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880

"V.'s in real estate donations the first two deaths from corona virus are reported in New York state will have more on that at the top of the hour and five minutes the first at six twenty five time now for money news on W. C. B. S. with Bloomberg's Jeff Ballenger more companies are allowing employees to work from home to check the spread of the corona virus but is the internet ready for the huge increase in traffic experts say yes but it won't be problem free there would probably be a few disruptions in any residential neighborhood that seems to be the spot on the network where you expect problems Lindbergh wireless and telecom reporter Scott Meretz says congestion could cause slower downloads and more video buffering employers could experience problems as large numbers of workers law again and stay through the work day our goal is to have everyone work from home they just don't have the network capacity the changes we are seeing could potentially last long after the viruses contained zip recruiter CEO Ian Siegal monitors employment trends a lot of companies and really big companies are starting to loosen the reins on requiring employees to come in this may be a huge shift in how work happens in America with money news at twenty five and fifty five on W. C. B. S. I'm Bloomberg's Jeff Bollinger here's the thing about new cherry vanilla coke though cherries named first all the flavors tastes just as great I mean it could have just as easily been vanilla cherry coke or it could have been coke cherry vanilla and since it's too amazing flavors of coke it might have been cold vanilla cherry coke or cherry vanilla coke coke unless you're in France which would make it a cocktail of an Iowa Democrat a Democrat New Jersey vanilla coke so good together and your cherry vanilla coke zero sugar same great taste zero sugar it's weird I don't get shampoo the first half of the word a sham and the second part you definitely don't want to see in the shower that's why I made up a neat word flotation the feeling of security you get when your new house is protected by home insurance through me and progressive I mean seriously.

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"ian siegal" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

01:38 min | 9 months ago

"ian siegal" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD

"Is Dr Rebeca corona lead psychologist at parkland health and hospital system KRLD news time seven fifty four more companies are allowing employees to work from home to check the spread of the corona virus but is the internet ready for the huge increase in traffic experts say yes but it won't be problem free it would probably be a few disruptions in any residential neighborhood that seems to be the spot on the network where you expect problems wireless and telecom reporter Scott Meretz says congestion could cause slower downloads and more video buffering employers could experience problems as large numbers of workers law again and stay through the work day companies aren't built to have everyone work from home they just don't have the network capacity the changes we are seeing could potentially last long after the viruses contained zip recruiter CEO Ian Siegal monitors employment trends a lot of companies and really big companies are starting to loosen the reins on requiring employees to come in this may be a huge shift in how work happens in America just publisher Bloomberg radio delivery you loading up on things from Walmart yeah I use my new Capital One Walmart rewards card earns unlimited five percent back on everything I buy from Walmart online see what's five percent back five percent what with the Capital One Walmart rewards card earns unlimited rewards including five percent back at Walmart online on top of America everyday low prices what's in your wallet terms and conditions apply Capital One USA an EA.

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"ian siegal" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

Entrepreneur on FIRE

02:24 min | 1 year ago

"ian siegal" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE

"That you are getting all of this and so much more. Visit closers on fire dot com. Save your spot get over there. Register you can press pause and come back at anytime in. We'll be right back after we. Thank our sponsor fire nation. I'm here with Ian Siegal the sea. EEO of Zip Recruiter ends in seems like ZipRecruiter is constantly optimizing and looking for new ways to help employers. What's a recent product feature? You're excited about the number. One pain point for employers is finding qualified candidates. Everybody gets a bunch of candidates when they post a job, but it's really difficult to find qualified candidates and one of the things that we discovered ZipRecruiter. Is that when you get thirty fifty seventy candidates sometimes it's hard to go through every single one of the people who applied and make sure you give them appropriate consideration. We built a feature at ZipRecruiter called great match. And what that does is straightforward. Our algorithms go through all of the applicants who apply to your jobs and the very best matches right to the top. It makes it trivial easy to see who the best applicants to your job are and to make sure you never miss a great candidate fire nation weaking gets to that finish line. But can you make the right decision when you're there? Because even after you filter out unqualified candidates. You can still get dozens of qualify ones in reviewing even just a few can take long time. Great match is almost like having a personal assistant to prioritize the best because you don't need to review all your candidates. Just the best ones in you can do that with Zip Recruiter. Ziprecruiter takes a lot of the paint out of the hiring process is starts with their powerful technology, which scans thousands of resumes to find people with the right skills. Education. Inexperience in actively invites them to apply to your job. Then as Ian said Zip Recruiter, analyzes each one and spotlights the top candidates. So you never miss a great match. It's no wonder Zip Recruiter is rated number one by employers in the US based on trust pilot ratings of hiring sites over a thousand reviews in right now fire nation, you can try ZipRecruiter for free. That's right free. Just go to this exclusive web address, ZipRecruiter dot com slash fire. That's ZipRecruiter dot com slash f. I r e Zip Recruiter dot com slash fire..

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"ian siegal" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

03:48 min | 2 years ago

"ian siegal" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Is so amazing when it comes to courses and webinars Amy's the giant here need to stand on the shoulders of giants. She has proven the process. She's built a team. She's built a systems the automations views to be standing upon the shoulders of giants and learning the process from those who have come before us. But even with all this, even when you know, we overcome some of these fears, and we're learning these things from people like yourself wolf had so much success. We still kind of come down to well. What do I actually choose for a topic that not only is going to make an impact because impacts important, but you, and I are both very very haired about this. It's gonna make some money to dollar, Dr L. So how we do that? What are we choose that topic? So a lot of the times when you're thinking about a topic that will resonate with your audience make an impact and make making money you want to start thinking about what do, you know? Like, where's your expertise? Where's your knowledge? Let me. Give you an example, I have a star student. Her name is Anna de Gilio in Anna for twenty three years was a second grade math teacher so twenty three years of her life. Second grade math teacher, and she decided that she was going to take these digital digital curriculums that she was creating for her students, and she was going to sell them to other teachers, and she just like dabbled with it a little and it worked like these teachers wanted to buy her math curriculum. And so she thought you know, what this could actually be a business. So she became my students. She learned how to create courses and how to do webinars. And she started selling her curriculum that she was an expert. This is what she did for twenty three years. She took what she knew. And she decided that she was going to sell it to the people who needed it most. She's now move from being an elementary school teacher to running an online business. And here's the coolest thing ever. The girl knew nothing about marketing, and she taught herself she got. These courses like you said, she like found the experts that could guide her and she made ten thousand dollars on her first webinar, selling her curriculum ten thousand dollars to a teacher is a lot of money. So right there. She's like, wait a second. I'm onto something. She kept at it. She kept at it. She has a million dollar business today by yes by selling what she already knew. And so when I think of Anna who at one point what she thought she knew is how to be a teacher, but then she kind of dug a little deeper, and she's like, wait a second. I actually have something else here. That's very valuable. You've gotta be willing to look at what you know. And then put a twist to it and really kind of think outside the box. It could be a million dollar idea. Fire nation. Let's not over complicate things. Yeah. What you know? Put a little twist on it in silica who needs it the most. I mean think about their struggles. What do you do you provide the solution? We try to over complicate things. It just doesn't have to happen. And if you think fire nation Amy's been dropping value bombs while you are one hundred percent, correct. In more are coming up, and we get back from thanking our sponsor so fire nation, we're here with Ian Siegal. The CEO of ZipRecruiter, the smartest way to hire. In you spent so much time in the hiring space. What is the biggest challenge employers face today when hiring ninety percent of companies say finding qualified and available candidates is their number one pain point and ZipRecruiter. We used to say that we were going to solve the quality problem with volume if you'd asked me a year ago, I would've said, you know, we deliver haystacks we don't deliver needles in the last couple of years, we've made the largest investment, our company ever has in any particular piece of technology. And it's all centered around algorithms that help match your job to exactly the right candidates in.

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"ian siegal" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"ian siegal" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"Fire nation. None of this is rocket science. This is how you should be building your business by doing the right things. And guess what? Instagram, just happens to be an amazing platform that is now becoming multifaceted you have your Instagram fee, which you can post to three to four times a day if you want or at least one time a day, I try for one time a day. That's what I feel is a good room for me. You can do Instagram's stories which your fifteen second clips to bring your audience closer into you into your lies. He you know, what you have going on in a really cool way. The disappears after twenty four hours now Instagram TV is out ten minutes longer form videos, where you can even dive deeper into this unbroken up video to share some really cool thing. So just realize that Instagram is becoming very multifaceted is unlikely gonna stop anytime soon because Mark Zuckerberg and the Facebook team who. Instagram continued to try to keep Instagram cutting edge period. And if you think that we've been dropping valuables on Instagram, just wait till we get back from thinking, our sponsor so fire nation, we're here with Ian Siegal, the CEO of ZipRecruiter, the smartest way to hire. In Ian, you spent so much time in the hiring space. What is the biggest challenge employers face today when hiring ninety percent of companies say finding qualified and available candidates as their number one pain point and ZipRecruiter. We used to say that we were gonna sell the quality problem with volume if you'd asked me a year ago, I would've said, you know, we deliver haystacks we don't deliver needles in the last couple years, we've made the largest investment, our company ever has any particular piece of technology. And it's all centered around algorithms that help match your job to exactly the right candidates.

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"ian siegal" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"ian siegal" Discussed on EOFire | Entrepreneur on FIRE

"That's going to get you to where you need to be to see this incredible amazing training, and listen, this is what people were jumping up and right into the back of the room for a bunch of months months ago, paying three thousand dollars so head over to you ER com slash secrets to check it out. And we're going to be dropping some more value bombs and. We get back from thinking our sponsor fire nation. We're here with Ian Siegal, the CEO of Zip Recruiter this modest way to hire in Ian, the hiring process has definitely evolved with the digital age. How do you think it will continue to evolve to become even more streamlined? The number one change that I expect to see in recruiting. And it's happening already is the speed with which companies are able to make hires historically it's taken more than a month and often two months for employers to close a higher with the improvements that we've had in our technology. We are seeing that move down to a week two weeks. Why it's because we don't leave it to chance as soon as an employer postage on ZipRecruiter. Our technology scours all of the active job seekers were looking for work to find the very best matches and market notify them almost instantly that that job has come online and incites them to apply right away. That means for you as an employer the. The same day post a job. Great candidates are coming in. And that allows you to close the loop far faster than has ever been possible at any other point in history when it comes to recruiting that means you can get back to the important things like growing, your business fire nation think back just a few years. Hiring used to be this long drawn out affair in.

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"ian siegal" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

04:21 min | 2 years ago

"ian siegal" Discussed on We Study Billionaires - The Investors Podcast

"Being away from home. I was twenty and is old on those trying to get back to the Virgin Islands. I haven't seen my lovely lady three weeks and American Airlines tell me that they're going to bump personal because I don't have enough passengers and the fifty passengers the world is destroyed. They want to get to see the loved ones that night. I went to the back of the plane. Wrote a joke. To the and I filled up my plane as we go into the BBC the person on my left me on the shoulder and said chopping. In the business cycle me thinking, Ellen stupa MPU absolutely threatful in those days and the next hour roundup, boating. And I said this is Richard Branson. I have a record company of reading stylings the Sex Pistols thought Bill Clinton's Jackson anyway to buy secondhand seven four seven, please. And and there was a long pools. This lovely include all J Wilson on the other end of the phone. He said normally Richard I'd fund excuse to put the phone down new. But you sound very enthusiastic. I will send somebody's come and see you. But he said I just want to make one recommendation if you really since the all go on business site, do not use the name virgin, he said, people will assume you're not gonna go the whole way and said, he just. Well, it's definitely a funny exchange. He's got me smiling assure is incentive for the two hundred businesses that he has created is based on frustration which I think is pretty neat. Because it shows you a key insight into where maybe you can start a business. I know there's people out there that all have frustrations with the way that they deal with things. I think the key to Richard Branson success is not only is able to identify this frustrations. But then he's a he is able to design products and services that are better than what's out there. And he won't take it to market unless it is better than what's out there. That's just vital. You just can't create something. That's as good. My think back to our interview with Ian Siegal from ZipRecruiter and said if you can take one step out of the process, you've got a winner. But if you're doing the same number of steps or you're adding steps to whatever the process is that people currently have to do that is a non. In value added activity, and people are not going to do it. But if you can make it simpler, and you can make it better. That's a business. I liked his response area. It was good. I would like to address the concept here of having two hundred different businesses and talking about competitive event. It's because Richard Branson is talking about here is that because he had a record company that doesn't mean that he should be in the music business that is not necessarily he's forte. He's fortunate. It's probably something else. And nothing what he did was to ask himself. What is it that I can do that? No other people can do or at least what am I best that he wasn't an expert in the music? He wasn't expand in L. He he really just worked in that frustration. If you really think about what is Richard Branson, really good at its teaming up with the right people. I think that's pretty evident after have follow him for a few years people that he can inspire and who like him have no shame in life. And I'm saying that the. Puzzle way, I can or courageous enough to disrupt the industry, I think if you look at all the billionaires come up with a billionaire like Warren Buffett, and what is his competitive advantage is that necessarily if you look at his early investments and profitable investments in gyco and American Express is that because he's the best credit card guy or the best insurance guy. No, he's the best cabinet allocators. And the thing is so import whenever you try to define your own skillset nut to thing in terms of an industry, but think what is my competitive advantage. And then they might be one industry, but most likely it several industries because that is exactly this one thing you can use with us capital allocation out the right people, I would ever it is that you can use in your own each. Let's take a quick break and hear from today sponsor, if you're like me the list of books, you wanna read or those people suggest you read is never ending an always expanding..

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"ian siegal" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

04:11 min | 2 years ago

"ian siegal" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"Now for our special bonus interview with Ian Siegal of ZipRecruiter. ZipRecruiter's kind of a novel concept. There's plenty of sites except most of them just funnel resumes in kind of a buckshot fashion. So tell me what problems ZipRecruiter was solving for you and why you started the company? Well, the idea for ZipRecruiter came to me when I was working at multiple startups and I was required to do my own recruiting because those companies were too small to have their own HR department. And so as a result of that, I was literally posting the same job to monster. Career builder craigslists linked in over and over and again the same job and it was so onerous and it was so time consuming, and I just kept thinking this is exactly the kind of thing the web is designed to solve. This is the problem. The technology is built for, and I constantly imagine this one button push solution and that's what we built. So as you can post to over one hundred job sites, single submission and the. The response to that from the day we launched was overwhelming. And I think the only you know, really prove -ment that we've had to make over time is, you know, when you post one hundred job sites, you deliver a lot of candidates and what's really become our focus as we've evolved is delivering not just candidate volume but candidate quality. How do you do that? I mean, another complicated algorithm that's involved and everything, but how does it essentially in a nutshell work because it seems like it's really hard to actually evaluate those things. I've tried hiring people from other websites, Craigslist and stuff like that. And you're like, all right. My plan is to make them jump through these seven hoops. First of all, ninety, nine percent of people can't do that, which I guess is a good filter. But then you get these people that will jump through the first two hoops and you go great. And then they blow it everywhere else because of just sheer laziness and incompetence alike. Are you able to filter those people out? Because I think that's a huge pain point for any. Hiring anyone, especially entry level. The answer to your. The first part of your question is technology has come into play over the last two years that has allowed things to happen from a matching perspective that were literally impossible throughout the course of human history until now, and it's this technology that people sometimes referred to as machine learning or deep learning or even AI. But fundamentally a computers are really, really good at discrete problems like take the qualifications that are required in a job description and match it to the qualifications that are listed in a resume far better than human beings ever will be, and it's the evidence bears out in. We have a really simple mechanism by which we can measure satisfaction, which is there's a thumbs up and thumbs down on every candidate that applies to job on ZipRecruiter, and we can just see whether employers like these candidates are not and fundamentally than thumbs up rate has gone up a double digit percentage ever since we. Let computers start doing the matching and there's a really, there's a really fun angle on this, which is the truth is that we've received so many job descriptions for the same job over time that we affectively already have a super set of what the requirements would be for any job. So if you just give us a job title in geography, we can immediately start showing you candidates before you even write a job description. And that's in fact exactly what we started to do, and that's not just good for employers. It's actually proven to be really good for candidates. We are a marketplace, so we serve both sides of the market. So the moment that you enter job Ted on a location on ZipRecruiter out, we just start showing you candidates who are most importantly actively in market looking for work and to meet all the qualifications that you have listed. Now the question of whether or not when you actually talk to them their culture fed or personality fit. That's a step no site has been able to solve yet, but. The truth is that the solution to that is imminent. So how can a job applicant on the other side of this equation make him or herself out?.

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"ian siegal" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"ian siegal" Discussed on Kickass News

"I wanted to be in where i wanted to go find out more at all mba dot com hey it's been math as again i hope you like to that first episode of akimbo and if you did i just want to remind you to be sure to subscribe to akimbo and apple podcasts stitcher or wherever you listen or go to akimbo dot me and now enjoy episode to status roles it's a simple question really but i think it helps us understand so much of the world around us the question who eats i whether you're a wild animal a b or a human status wills matter hey it seth and this is a kim bo now a word from ziprecruiter are presenting sponsor when it comes to hiring we can learn a lot from vikings hi i'm ian siegal and i'm the ceo and co founder of ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire being an entrepreneur and owning a business has been a dream of mine since i was a kid and i've learned a lot of interesting things while turning that dream into a reality like why talking like a viking can be helpful when you're hiring more on that later i founded ziprecruiter because i knew there was a simpler more efficient and more effective way for people to find jobs that they love and for businesses to find fantastic employees and if you're hiring now you can try ziprecruiter for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash seth eighty percents of employers who post on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate through the site in just one day so try it for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash seth sealer in the show.

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"ian siegal" Discussed on Kickass News

Kickass News

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"ian siegal" Discussed on Kickass News

"Now a word from ziprecruiter are presenting sponsor what do eyebrows have to do with making the right decision a whole lot actually hey there i'm ian siegal and i'm the ceo and co founder of ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire being an entrepreneur and owning a business has been a dream of mine since i was a kid and i've learned a lot of interesting things while turning that dream into a reality like how to tell if your big ideas really a big idea hint it involves eyebrows more on that later in the show i founded ziprecuiter because i knew there was a smarter way for businesses to find talent today companies of all sizes and industries use ziprecruiter to fill their hiring needs and if you're hiring now you can try ziprecruiter for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash seth eighty percent of employers who post on ziprecruiter get a quality candidate through the site in just one day so try it for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash seth see later in the show the italians have a wonderful phrase salto more tally the dangerous leap to leap into the void that fear we get in the pit of our stomach just before we commit that fear that it's not gonna work out it's too soon i'm not ready and so we wait but some people some people don't wait karl benz when he launched the car did it in germany where it was against the law to drive a car and there were no passable roads and there were no gas stations he should awaited gutenberg pioneer of movable type launched the book when there were no bookstores and when no one knew how to read and when reading glasses were required but hadn't been invented yet he should awaited.

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"ian siegal" Discussed on Freakonomics

Freakonomics

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"ian siegal" Discussed on Freakonomics

"Freakonomics radio is supported by ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire join us later in the show to hear from ziprecruiter ceo ian siegal as he shares some advice for businesses about when to start hiring stay tuned to hear more and try ziprecruiter today for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash ceo there stephen dubner you are about to your conversation with ray dallaglio founder and longtime ceo of bridgewater associates the biggest hedge fund in the world although as you'll hear there's barely any such thing as a hedge fund anymore at least we spoke in october soon after dallaglio would published a sort of work life manifesto called principles dallaglio appeared in our six part secret life of a ceo series which you can find at freakonomics dot com slash ceo's and now we are releasing some of the full interviews as special episodes like this one hope you enjoy hey this is steven dubner is at ray deli hey steven the out this raid allio nice to so nice to talk to you and thank you so much for for coming in and congratulations on the book thank you so let's begin with literally saying your name and what you do armory delio i was the founder of bridgewater associates i'm still a chief investment officer and chairman and right now i'm trying to help other people be successful without knee and in whatever form they wanna be successful excellent and principles the book part one grew out of a non book version that you published a while back did you set out to want to help people or was that more of a kind of internal working guy that you wanted to publish so that your employees could learn learn what you are all about in other words did you intend for it to become a public proclamation.

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"ian siegal" Discussed on Freakonomics

Freakonomics

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"ian siegal" Discussed on Freakonomics

"Freakonomics radio is supported by ziprecruiter the smartest way to hire a little later in the show you'll hear from ziprecruiter ceo ian siegal who will share the one thing to remember when hiring stay tuned to hear more plus you can try ziprecruiter today for free at ziprecruiter dot com slash ceo there stephen dubner you're about to hear conversation with mark zuckerberg founder and ceo facebook it was recorded last summer long before we learned that fifty million facebook users data had been weaponized by political operatives facebook has been the subject of intense scrutiny for years now that's what happens when you've gone from a college dorm startup who social network with some two billion global users you heard parts of this interview during our recent six part series the secret life of a ceo which you can find at freakonomics dot com slash ceo's now we're releasing some of our full interviews from that series as special episodes like this one i spoke with soccer berg in chicago in a trailer outside an event space where he'd just addressed a few hundred very enthusiastic people who serve as group administrators for facebook user groups he just introduced new software tools that would help them manage their you may have heard recently that facebook has been seriously questioning its mission that it's trying release it saying that it's trying to encourage more meaningful social bonds and less partisanship and discord that movement was essentially launched on this day at this talk zuckerberg gave in chicago every day i wake up and i i just think to myself i don't have much time here on earth or how can i make the greatest positive impact that i can i know that this is a question that a lot of you ask yourselves to and it's not always an easy question to answer now the thing that i think we all need to do right now is worked to bring people closer together and i think this is actually so important that we're going to change facebook's whole mission is a company in order to focus on this and now here's our conversation after.

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