Tech's Damaging Myth of the Loner Genius Nerd

By Swift HR Team | Recruiting, Technology, Venture Capital | No Comments

The Google engineer who was fired last week over his memo wrote that most women were biologically unsuited to working in tech because they were more focused on "feelings and aesthetics than ideas"…

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14 Ways to be a Great Start-up CEO

By Swift HR Team | Technology, Leadership, News, Venture Capital | No Comments

Everyone thinks that being a startup CEO is a glamorous job or one that has to be a ton of fun. That's what I now refer to as the "glamour brain" speaking aka the startup life you hear about from the…

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Tech companies desperate for "rockstarninja engineers"

By Laurie Segall | Technology, Recruiting | No Comments

Interactees let those trying to hire in-demand techies advertise their job openings -- everywhere they go.  NEW YORK (CNNMoney) -- With launch costs low and valuations soaring, startups are…

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Swift HR Solutions and the NWEN First Look Forum

By Swift HR Team | Venture Capital, Technology, Leadership | No Comments

Swift HR Solutions is a big supporter of the Northwest Entrepreneurs' Network, focused on helping Northwest based companies succeed. 

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Tech Executive Pay Raises Way Down

By Swift HR Team | Human Resources, Compensation, Recruiting, Technology, Finance, Venture Capital | No Comments

According to a recent article in one of our favorite online publications, Xconomy, the raises for tech executives are the lowest they have ever been, even lower then the bubble burst of 2000-2001. 

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Swift HR Solutions Sponsors Pacific Northwest Clean Tech Open as a Start-up-in-a-box Sponsor

By Swift HR Team | Technology, News, Venture Capital | No Comments

Swift HR Solutions is proud to be a sponsor of the Pacific Northwest Clean Tech Open. The Clean Tech  Open is based in California and works to find, fund and foster the most successful cleantech…

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Top 10 Lessons in Starting Companies and Commercializing Technologies

By Eric Hal Schwartz | Technology | No Comments

A group of about 40 Taiwanese businessmen and scientists, who were in the U.S. to learn about how best to commercialize technologies from the lab, were treated last Thursday to a University of…

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