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Tag Archives: interviewing
The Law of Employee Retention
I was just interviewing a large number of people as part of an acquisition. After the interviews were done, the interviewers all went out to dinner and discussed the day's events. While at dinner, the topic of employee retention came … Continue reading
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The Capacitor Puzzle That Got Me My First Job
In the spring of 1979, I was a soon-to-be-graduated electrical engineer that needed a job. As with other young engineers, I started to look for work during my last semester of school and I got a few nibbles. The most … Continue reading
Posted in Interviewing, Problems Tagged circuits, electronics, HP, interviewing 20 Comments