Marc CenedellaMarc Cenedella
is the Founder, Executive Chairman and CEO of Ladders, Inc., the comprehensive career resource dedicated to helping professionals ‘Manage, Market and Move-up’ in their careers. Over the last decade, Ladders has transformed the way job candidates and recruiters connect online. Follow Marc on Twitter at @Cenedella.
Articles by Marc Cenedella
When the kid interviewing you says you’re too old
One of the things I was most surprised by when I got into the jobs business over a decade ago was the prevalence and practice of age discrimination in hiring right here in the USA.
Here’s how to supercharge your resume in 38 minutes
So what makes a good resume? The first thing you need to know is what your resume is actually for. The answer may surprise you — and change the course of your career.
My single best tip for a job interview
When it gets to that part of the interview with your future boss where they ask, "well, do you have any questions for me?", say yes, and ask this.
This is how I learned to get Millennials to stop asking about promotions
Everyone can learn great things from this generation.
I hope you will be treated unfairly
Chief Justice John Roberts gave a remarkable commencement speech last month: Now the commencement speakers will typically also wish you good luck and extend good wishes to you.
I had a bad day
It all went so wrong, so very, very wrong — right from the start.
Hey look, I don’t agree with what your critics say about you
A word to the wise on the day before the 4th of July: It is not the critic who counts, not the man who points out how the strong man stumbles or where the doer of deeds could have done better.
You’ll be hired by a stranger
While you’re reviewing the tens of thousands of job openings on Ladders this week, here are three ways you might be sabotaging your own job search.
Amazon buys your company
Amazon bought Whole Foods on Friday, which means that pretty much any company could be next?
Today marks the highlight of my life
You have it within you to have the highlight of your life in the decade ahead. Will you start, today, on achieving it, on jumping from the mountaintop?