The world of work has changed. Compared to previous generations, when people tended to pick a professional path and stick to it, today's job seekers are much more likely to switch companies every few years—or even make a complete career 180—in search of career satisfaction.
But the way young professionals discover and apply for jobs has changed, too. Searching for positions online and submitting a resume and cover letter just doesn’t cut it anymore. Instead, candidates are taking ownership of their careers by doing in-depth research about a company’s culture, mission, and values before they even click “Apply.” This shift means that employers have to adjust the way they find applicants. Luckily, TheMuse.com founder, Kathryn Minshew, wrote a playbook for navigating this new world of work called "The New Rules of Work."
Join us at HR Leaders Summit 2017 to meet Kathryn and get a free signed copy of the book!Kathryn Minshew — Founder and CEO, The Muse; Contributor to HBR, WSJ & Bloomberg; Author, The New Rules of Work; INC's 15 Women to Watch in Tech