May 24, 2016
After evaluating roughly 600 companies, Fortune Magazine and the Great Place to Work consulting firm have named Citadel to its list of the country’s 50 Best Workplaces for Recent College Graduates. The winners earned consistent praise on topics relevant to new graduates. These are workplaces where new hires can count on a fair, supportive and meaningful environment as they make the transition into the workforce.
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Want to become a better manager?
Take advice from Citadel CEO Ken Griffin and Google SVP Laszlo Bock on “How to Tell if a Candidate Can Do the Job,” “Do a Candidate’s Grades Really Matter?” and “How Should I Set Up A New Hire For Success?”
Looking to take the lead one day?
Here’s what Citadel’s Chief Legal Officer Adam Cooper learned about leadership from the Chicago Cubs: Cultivating the Best Talent, Measuring Performance Beyond Analytics, Inspiring People at Work.
Winning matters, but only when it’s with integrity.
Most importantly, hear Citadel CEO Ken Griffin explain why winning isn’t winning unless it’s done the right way, and how he aligns these two motivations to create the right kind of culture at the firm.
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