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PowerToFly Networks: NEW FEATURE ALERT!

There's strength in numbers- whether it be two, five, or a thousand women, it's no surprise that we're strongest when we're together. Which is why this week we're introducing a new group messaging tool for PowerToFly Networks. You can now create groups with any of your connections on PowerToFly- that's over one million women! Once you've created a PowerToFly profile, navigate to your messages inbox, click 'Create a Group Chat' and select the women you'd like to group message. We hope that you'll rise to the challenge and start your own group of strong, powerful, and like-minded women. We can't wait to see what you can do, together!


FEATURED JOB OF THE WEEK: BlackRock - Creative Director, Aladdin Platform - Aladdin Product Group

Do you want to own the creative direction and visual identity of the Aladdin digital platform? (Aladdin is an operating system for investment managers- very cool!) Plus you can't go wrong with these benefits…

  • Flexible Time Off - more time with friends and family
  • Flexible Work Arrangements - work from home when you need to
  • Casual Dress Code - bring it on!
  • Generous Family Leave - great to have
  • Medical, Dental, Vision, Health Advocacy - must have!
  • 401(k) - with Company Matching
  • Employee Stock Purchase Plan - awesome

General Assembly

Voted #1 Most Innovative Company of 2015 in Education by Fast Company. Click here to see all available opportunities.

S&P Global

S&P Global Diversity & Inclusion

Join a team that understands the importance of diversity and inclusion

The S&P Global Campus Recruiting team recently partnered with their Diversity & Inclusion team to profile recent graduate hires who are active with at least one of our 9 employee resource groups. Watch them tell their stories.

S&P Global is looking for people like you to join their team and continue their quest for a truly diverse and inclusive workforce. Click here to see all available roles at S&P Global, and don't forget to press 'follow' to receive custom job matches and more!

L3 Technologies

I Can Be Me At L3

L3 Technologies Celebrates Pride in Salt Lake City, UT!

At L3 Technologies, they celebrate the talented people of the LGBTQ community, and especially their employees who are free to be themselves each and every day. Here are just some of the voices from their employees in Salt Lake City, Utah. #ProudToBeL3

L3 wants you to apply, and join their team of diverse people that make up their organization. Click here to see all available opportunities with L3 and don't forget to press 'Follow' to stay up to date on new jobs, events, and more!

Match.com

An Inside Look At Match.com's Employee Summer Fair

Whoever said "all work no play" didn't work for Match.com!

Sure your office may participate in some type of "summer Friday" activities, but have you ever worked for a company that holds an all out summer fair?! Catch the recap of Match.com's summer fair above, including food, drinks, games, and the biggest blow-up water slide I've ever seen!

Interested in joining a company that believes in a true "work-life balance"? Check out all of Match.com's openings here, and don't forget to press 'Follow' to receive exclusive job matches and more!

Work-Life Integration

The 13 Tools You Need to Work Healthier—Not Harder—and Get More Done

Partner Content

A version of this article previously appeared on Skillcrush, an online education program for creatives, thinkers, and makers that gives total tech newbies the tools to make major career changes.

Haele Wolfe, Skillcrush

What makes a great designer or developer? Is it the right credentials, education, or tools? Or is it something less tangible, like determination or a great sense of organization? Or maybe it's even simpler than that: Success in any field has a lot more to do with your daily work routine than you might think. And as the workweek shifts from the standard 40 (or 50, or 60) hours to something more closely resembling the natural fluctuations of our individual lives, our concept of how we work needs to shift, too.

Taking care of yourself is critical to a successful career: You can't expect to deliver top-quality work if you're constantly exhausted or sick. In that vein, I put together a list of habits and tools for busy tech pros (or really—any employee) to implement into their daily routines so that they can work not just harder, but healthier. There are cheap buys, splurges, and free hacks, but in any case: It's your health. Treat yourself.

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Logikcull

Logikcull raises $10M to let lawyers analyze documents at the speed of a thousand interns

And they're looking for people to join their team!

Below is an article originally published by TechCrunch, featuring PowerToFly hiring partner Logikcull. Go to Logikcull's page on PowerToFly to learn more.

As entertaining and interesting as made-for-TV lawsuits (like the O.J trial) are, they always leave out one key element. The hundreds of hours of research that goes on behind the scenes to prepare for an important trial.

Before any big trial a lawyer (and their associates and interns) has to find, organize and examine thousands of documents. The process is officially called Discovery, and is a period when both sides gather and request all the information they think they will need for the trial.

This information can look like anything from email databases to Powerpoints, and while some of the process has become computerized in recent years (aptly termed eDiscovery), it's still remained pretty manual and inefficient.

For example, eDiscovery may mean a team of associates combing through hundreds of pages of email correspondence on a screen, instead of printing it all out like lawyers used to do. A win for the environment yes, but still very, very time consuming and not really taking advantage of technology.

But Logikcull is a software company trying to change this, and just closed $10M in Series A funding from OpenView Ventures and Storm Ventures to help.

The company officially calls itself "cloud-based legal intelligence", but is essentially Dropbox for the legal world.

Lawyers can bulk-upload all the messy information they need to examine (even if it's an entire hard drive of different types of files) and Logikcull will organize all the different file types into one searchable database.

Need an example? Imagine uploading 1,000 pages of old contracts, then using a search engine to find the exact ones that are relevant to the case. Or uploading a 20 GB email database of tens of thousands of messages and narrowing it down to only the messages between people relevant in your case on a certain date from a certain device – you get the point.

Logikcull also uses OCR so you can upload old scanned documents that weren't previously searchable.

While originally designed for (and still mostly used by) lawyers, these tools obviously have applications in other industries. A company's HR department could use it to sort through the thousands of documents typically involved in an internal investigation. Or a city could use it to quickly find documents related to specific FOIA requests, a process that is still sometimes done by hand. Letting a government employee quickly find the specific documents that were requested can turn a one month turnaround time for FOIA requests into just a few days.

Essentially, the platform can be used for any task that requires you to organize and search a crazy amount of documents.

The company charges per user, and a small law firm can expect to pay $15k-$30k per year. Expensive yes, but not if the alternative is paying hundreds of extra hours in legal fees at $600 per hour.

Logikcull says they are signing up new clients at a rate that has grown revenues 3x year-over-year, which is impressive considering how expensive the service. But that's the thing about legal tech – the alternative is so crazy expensive that startups can charge an arm and a leg as long as they are providing a solution that actually save time.

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