Secret Job Hunting: Keeping Your Options OpenSpeakers: Ron Elitzur & Peter Averill of Workey & Stefana Muller of LIWiT
You should always be secretly job hunting. It’s as simple as that.
Smart, successful people know the difference between loyalty and foolishness.
– Melanie Holly Pasch, Community Manager @ Workey
In her no nonsense blog, “Stop Making Excuses – Yeah, You!“, Melanie Holly Pasch of Workey.co gives us some great reasons for starting the job hunt while we’re still working. Many of us Women in Tech are very loyal employees. We often feel guilt and worry when looking into other opportunities while still working full time. Some of us just can’t seem to find the time to focus on this activity when work takes over our schedules.
In this webinar, we’re going to take Melanie’s advice to heart. First, Stefana Muller will review why you should always be job hunting and keeping your options open so you don’t fall flat after a layoff. She’ll share her personal story and some ways to get over the ‘secret job hunting guilt’. Then, Ron Elitzur and Peter Averill of Workey will introduce us to the “How” with their convenient and anonymous platform for discovering career opportunities, knowing your worth, and meeting amazing companies. The technology behind the platform includes some impressive AI – you won’t want to miss the details on how to get the system to work for you.
All Long Island Women in Tech presentations welcome both women and men and are in no way exclusive.
Workey is an online platform that uses A.I. to match tech candidates to open positions. Candidates can thumbs up and thumbs down suggested positions and over time the A.I. learns exactly what types of companies and jobs the candidate likes. Workey also uses Big Data to analyze each candidates work history and skills, and will then suggest alternate career paths for the candidates to consider. In addition to finding candidates their next career, one of Workey’s biggest goals is to shed some much needed light on the increasingly difficult question “where do I see myself in 5 years?”