Sources: Watson irked by Texans’ hiring process

After Deshaun Watson offered his input on potential GM candidates, the Texans neither considered nor consulted with those endorsed by the franchise QB prior to the team hiring Nick Caserio, which left him “infinitely more bothered.”
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West Hollywood’s Pleasure Chest is Hiring for Junior Buyer Position

Los Angeles-area pleasure product emporium the Pleasure Chest is currently looking for a “highly qualified candidate who can demonstrate exemplary performance in the Junior Buyer responsibilities” within “the sex positive culture” the company embraces.
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Firing Spree or Hiring Spree? Watch Kristin Cavallari Give [Spoiler!] Her Job Back on Very Cavallari

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Sources: Raptors hiring Kawhi friend to staff

The Raptors are hiring Jeremy Castleberry, a Spurs staffer and close friend of Kawhi Leonard, to a position on their coaching staff, league sources told ESPN.
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Wood: Lions followed law with Patricia hiring

Lions president Rod Wood said his team followed the law when it came to how it approached the hiring process with Matt Patricia earlier this year, even if they didn’t uncover a 22-year-old aggravated sexual assault indictment.
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Marlon Wayans Says H&M is Stupid for Not Hiring Black People

[[tmz:video id=”0_gk2beyb3″]] Marlon Wayans thinks H&M was doomed to run into a buzz saw by releasing ads with no vetting from black people. We got Marlon at LAX Tuesday and asked about the backlash over H&M’s racist ad showing an…

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Jason Derulo: Hiring Black Jockey Would Be Dope, But Winning Comes First

[[tmz:video id=”0_bjjngbwh”]] Race shouldn’t matter in horse racing … so says horse owner Jason Derulo who says it would be great to hire a black jockey … but his priority is hiring a winner.  Derulo recently became a part-owner of an Australian…

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Sony Music Exec Admits He Made ‘Radical Decision’ in Hiring Amanda Ghost

Fired after just 20 months at the helm of Epic and tagged with destroying the label, one source tells THR that job “was a no-win situation” for the career songwriter.
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Waka Flocka Flame Is Hiring

The rapper isn’t using a headhunter. He’s interviewing applicants for the position of fulltime blunt roller himself.

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Huge Gender Bias Found in Hiring – New Study

CNN reports on a new study showing there is a HUGE gender bias in hiring decisions in the United States and it has been this way in some fields since the eighties. You already knew there was gender bias in hiring (duh) but you probably did not know how bad it was. Check this out: The gender preference in hiring decisions was 2-to-1 in some areas for candidates with equal qualifications. 

That is an embarrassing number for a country that prides itself on equal opportunity. A 2-to-1 advantage is not even within driving distance of equal rights.

By the way, this study matches my personal observations over a lifetime. I have been in countless meetings in which a strong gender preference in hiring was discussed behind closed doors. Now I feel terrible about all those conversations. I am officially part of the problem because I did nothing to stop it.

I’m not sure if I mentioned that the study shows the gender advantage in hiring favors women by 2-to-1. That matches my experience in business. I have been in lots of closed-door meeting with other men discussing a preference for hiring women. I have never heard a man express a preference for hiring another man. Nor have I heard it in a private conversation. It makes me wonder how common my situation is.

Here’s the study.

Two questions for you:

1. Have you ever been in a business meeting in which you or co-workers discussed a preference for hiring women?

2. Have you ever been in a business meeting in which you or your coworkers discussed a preference for hiring a man?

Scott

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Drones that hunt other drones in the sky and identify the human operator based on radio signals. I need that drone-hunter for defending my home from drones! Every celebrity should have one. How the hell does Madonna keep the camera drones from hovering outside her bedroom window?

And now there are drones that do the hard part of lining up your perfect photograph for you while you concentrate on taking the picture.

Also coming soon, artificial limbs that can feel what they touch. How long before people voluntarily give up their weak human limbs for powerful robot arms that feel the same? We are in The Age of Cyborgs. The human reign is pretty much over.


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Huge Gender Bias Found in Hiring – New Study

CNN reports on a new study showing there is a HUGE gender bias in hiring decisions in the United States and it has been this way in some fields since the eighties. You already knew there was gender bias in hiring (duh) but you probably did not know how bad it was. Check this out: The gender preference in hiring decisions was 2-to-1 in some areas for candidates with equal qualifications. 

That is an embarrassing number for a country that prides itself on equal opportunity. A 2-to-1 advantage is not even within driving distance of equal rights.

By the way, this study matches my personal observations over a lifetime. I have been in countless meetings in which a strong gender preference in hiring was discussed behind closed doors. Now I feel terrible about all those conversations. I am officially part of the problem because I did nothing to stop it.

I’m not sure if I mentioned that the study shows the gender advantage in hiring favors women by 2-to-1. That matches my experience in business. I have been in lots of closed-door meeting with other men discussing a preference for hiring women. I have never heard a man express a preference for hiring another man. Nor have I heard it in a private conversation. It makes me wonder how common my situation is.

Here’s the study.

Two questions for you:

1. Have you ever been in a business meeting in which you or co-workers discussed a preference for hiring women?

2. Have you ever been in a business meeting in which you or your coworkers discussed a preference for hiring a man?

Scott

@ScottAdamsSays

——- Over on the Top Tech Blog —————-

Drones that hunt other drones in the sky and identify the human operator based on radio signals. I need that drone-hunter for defending my home from drones! Every celebrity should have one. How the hell does Madonna keep the camera drones from hovering outside her bedroom window?

And now there are drones that do the hard part of lining up your perfect photograph for you while you concentrate on taking the picture.

Also coming soon, artificial limbs that can feel what they touch. How long before people voluntarily give up their weak human limbs for powerful robot arms that feel the same? We are in The Age of Cyborgs. The human reign is pretty much over.


Scott Adams Blog

Waka Flocka Flame Is Hiring

The rapper isn’t using a headhunter. He’s interviewing applicants for the position of fulltime blunt roller himself.

» E-Mail This

Hip-Hop
ADULT ENTERTAINMENT NEWS UPDATE:Gabby Love’s top pick! Click and enjoy!

Huge Gender Bias Found in Hiring – New Study

CNN reports on a new study showing there is a HUGE gender bias in hiring decisions in the United States and it has been this way in some fields since the eighties. You already knew there was gender bias in hiring (duh) but you probably did not know how bad it was. Check this out: The gender preference in hiring decisions was 2-to-1 in some areas for candidates with equal qualifications. 

That is an embarrassing number for a country that prides itself on equal opportunity. A 2-to-1 advantage is not even within driving distance of equal rights.

By the way, this study matches my personal observations over a lifetime. I have been in countless meetings in which a strong gender preference in hiring was discussed behind closed doors. Now I feel terrible about all those conversations. I am officially part of the problem because I did nothing to stop it.

I’m not sure if I mentioned that the study shows the gender advantage in hiring favors women by 2-to-1. That matches my experience in business. I have been in lots of closed-door meeting with other men discussing a preference for hiring women. I have never heard a man express a preference for hiring another man. Nor have I heard it in a private conversation. It makes me wonder how common my situation is.

Here’s the study.

Two questions for you:

1. Have you ever been in a business meeting in which you or co-workers discussed a preference for hiring women?

2. Have you ever been in a business meeting in which you or your coworkers discussed a preference for hiring a man?

Scott

@ScottAdamsSays

——- Over on the Top Tech Blog —————-

Drones that hunt other drones in the sky and identify the human operator based on radio signals. I need that drone-hunter for defending my home from drones! Every celebrity should have one. How the hell does Madonna keep the camera drones from hovering outside her bedroom window?

And now there are drones that do the hard part of lining up your perfect photograph for you while you concentrate on taking the picture.

Also coming soon, artificial limbs that can feel what they touch. How long before people voluntarily give up their weak human limbs for powerful robot arms that feel the same? We are in The Age of Cyborgs. The human reign is pretty much over.


Scott Adams Blog

Huge Gender Bias Found in Hiring – New Study

CNN reports on a new study showing there is a HUGE gender bias in hiring decisions in the United States and it has been this way in some fields since the eighties. You already knew there was gender bias in hiring (duh) but you probably did not know how bad it was. Check this out: The gender preference in hiring decisions was 2-to-1 in some areas for candidates with equal qualifications. 

That is an embarrassing number for a country that prides itself on equal opportunity. A 2-to-1 advantage is not even within driving distance of equal rights.

By the way, this study matches my personal observations over a lifetime. I have been in countless meetings in which a strong gender preference in hiring was discussed behind closed doors. Now I feel terrible about all those conversations. I am officially part of the problem because I did nothing to stop it.

I’m not sure if I mentioned that the study shows the gender advantage in hiring favors women by 2-to-1. That matches my experience in business. I have been in lots of closed-door meeting with other men discussing a preference for hiring women. I have never heard a man express a preference for hiring another man. Nor have I heard it in a private conversation. It makes me wonder how common my situation is.

Here’s the study.

Two questions for you:

1. Have you ever been in a business meeting in which you or co-workers discussed a preference for hiring women?

2. Have you ever been in a business meeting in which you or your coworkers discussed a preference for hiring a man?

Scott

@ScottAdamsSays

——- Over on the Top Tech Blog —————-

Drones that hunt other drones in the sky and identify the human operator based on radio signals. I need that drone-hunter for defending my home from drones! Every celebrity should have one. How the hell does Madonna keep the camera drones from hovering outside her bedroom window?

And now there are drones that do the hard part of lining up your perfect photograph for you while you concentrate on taking the picture.

Also coming soon, artificial limbs that can feel what they touch. How long before people voluntarily give up their weak human limbs for powerful robot arms that feel the same? We are in The Age of Cyborgs. The human reign is pretty much over.


Scott Adams Blog

10 Things To Consider When Hiring A Nanny

In early 2014, former live-in nanny Diane Stretton made headlines when she refused to move out of her former employer, Marcella Bracamonte’s, home. Marcella, a mother of three, claims she fired Diane for failing to perform the live-in nanny duties they had verbally agreed upon, but Diane alleges Marcella had grown overly demanding and that she was harassed and tortured during her employment. Watch as the women come face to face on Dr. Phil’s stage for the first time since Diane moved out.

Finding a caregiver for your family can be stressful. Dinah Hutson, owner of Hutson Nannies, offers these tips on how to avoid a nanny nightmare.

1. Consider finding a candidate through a nanny agency that has a solid reputation. Not only do most reputable agencies do all the leg work of vetting candidates for you and doing background checks, but they can also help you create a contract to govern the relationship and terms between you and your nanny, which can be a critical document.

2. Interview candidates thoroughly. Ask them specific questions that relate to your family. Find out what their past job duties were and if they are willing to do the tasks you are looking for help with. Talk about your parenting and discipline styles, and find out if the prospective nanny will agree to follow your lead.

3. Consider the candidate’s relevant childcare experience. Has this person actually been paid to care for a child before? A prospective nanny should have at least one year of cumulative prior experience as a paid childcare provider. Experience could be as a teacher, daycare provider, camp counselor or babysitter/nanny.

4. Get at least three childcare related references. These references should not be from family or friends — only from people who were your candidate’s supervisor, parents of children he/she previously cared for, or co-workers in a daycare center or similar position. If the candidate has no recent references, that’s a huge red flag. When checking references, be smart. Think like a detective, and do not give the reference any information up front. Ask the reference to give you the dates, duties, schedule, ages of the kids, etc. You want to make sure his/her story matches the prospective nanny’s.

5. Consider the candidate’s education and make sure it fits with your family’s needs. Many agencies require a high school diploma/GED, but a college degree or applicable professional certification is a plus. If it’s important that your nanny take on a teacher-like role, then the educational level of the person may be of consideration.

6. How would the candidate respond in an emergency? Find out if he/she is certified in pediatric CPR and First Aid. Make becoming certified in pediatric CPR/First Aid a prerequisite to employment.

7. Do a background check. A reputable agency will run a background check for you. If you are not using an agency, then it is advisable to run your own. The minimum most agencies do is a county and federal criminal check and a sex offender database check, so you ought to consider at least that. In addition, if the nanny is going to drive your child anywhere, you should also run a DMV check. And, if the nanny will handle your money/credit card, a credit check is a good idea. A drug test is also recommended.

8. Check the candidate’s legal status. A person can be a legal resident or in the United States with a visa, but that does not mean he or she is legal to work in the U.S. Ask the prospective nanny to prove their status by filling out an I-9, before offering a position.

9. Trust your instinct. If you don’t have a good feeling about someone — regardless of how they appear on paper or what former employers have said — don’t hire him/her. Likewise, if the candidate is inconsistent in communication, eg, not responding to texts or phone calls in a timely manner, consider that a red flag.

10. Arrange a trial day. If you’re not using a nanny agency, it may be a good idea to set up a playdate with the prospective nanny or have him/her shadow you for a day before you offer a position. It’s a good idea to see this person interact with your children to see if he or she is a good fit with your family.

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