Wikipedia tells us that networking is “a social and professional activity that aims to quickly and efficiently solve complex life problems and business issues with the help of a circle of friends and acquaintances.” This is the most accurate definition of networking, however, I would like to add that this is not just friendship for the benefit, but building relationships based on trust, sympathy and desire to help.
Theory of Six Handshakes
Networking is based on the theory of six handshakes proposed by American psychologists Stanley Milgram and Jeffrey Travers back in 1969. The essence of this theory is that each person is familiar with any other inhabitant of the planet through a chain of acquaintances consisting of only five people (that is, six handshakes). Psychologists deduced this theory by conducting an experiment: 300 subjects were given envelopes containing the name of the person who needed to pass this envelope. Continue reading
The company places information on free vacancies on its official website. If you liked the position, you can immediately apply for an interview on the website, and a recruitment manager will contact you. It’s very convenient, you don’t have to go to vacancy search sites if you want to work on Google.
The peculiarity of hiring employees is that during the interview the candidate communicates not only with the manager, but also with his potential colleagues. All Google employees are a team, and its members must feel connected with each other. Continue reading