3 Important Tips to Get Your Resume Noticed

3 Important Tips to Get Your Resume Noticed

As Director of Human Resources and Talent Development here at Murphy Research, I conduct a lot of interviews, scan numerous resumes daily and have sat in hours of debrief sessions. Plus there are the reference and social media checks, application review and more feedback from interviewers. That's a lot of data! Then there is the challenge to quantify someone's cultural fit or an interviewer's tendency to rely on a "gut feeling." Those last two are out of the candidate's control, however, I can provide three values that are inherent in the top talent we hire:

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Gearing Up For the Future of Automotive Marketing

Gearing Up For the Future of Automotive Marketing

This year's ThinkLA Automotive Breakfast was a sold-out crowd again held at the Beverly Hilton. This time, the hotel was prepared for the hundreds of attendees making their way into the event, however, due to my last minute ticket purchase, I was put in the nose bleed section of the ballroom. (Tip for next time, purchase your ticket earlier than a week out!).

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4 New Ways Brands Are Connecting Your Health & Home

4 New Ways Brands Are Connecting Your Health & Home

Last week, Yahoo hosted the "Mobile Breakfast 2.0" which was the 6th annual breakfast event for thinkLA, attended by well over 700 marketers, start-ups and media agencies. The topic this year was focused on "The Connected Consumer" and how mobile is providing new ways brands can interact with consumers. There was a variety of speakers and panelists who spoke on topics ranging from IoT, Smart Homes and how advertising is evolving in this app based world.

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Tech Trends: 3 Important Milestones in Esports History

Tech Trends: 3 Important Milestones in Esports History

Tech Trends is a new series from Murphy Research where we will cover some of the latest trends across a number of platforms - gaming, social media, digital entertainment, and online media. Our inaugural blogpost is written by a Murphy researcher and gaming enthusiast, Brandon Barberio.

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