In the last two years, a new creature known as the “data scientist” has emerged as one of the must have hires for many firms… How does one go about hunting these camouflaged “purple squirrel” scientists?
According to a survey conducted by Corporate Responsibility magazine, 75% of Americans wouldn’t take a job with a company that had a bad reputation, even if they were unemployed. With the top candidates getting a choice in where they work, your employment brand makes a huge difference in whether top candidates flock to your company, or whether you continue to attract more mediocre and under qualified candidates.
In the Data Science tradition of deploying new code on Friday, giving it the whole weekend to be broken, we’re pushing out a new version of the bright score code today. As far as the changes go, the nerdy explanation is that we did a Principal Component Analysis (PCA) for some of our strongest features […]
The presidential candidates have been eagerly awaiting the Bright Employment Index for October. This is the last time Bright will publish this data before next Tuesday’s general election, and we expect our release of this data to greatly impact the vote of the undecided voter (singular intentional) in Ohio. So, Sue from Ohio, we can […]