Roy Keane reacts to Recruitment, courtesy of your favourite wolf, Ed Hunter.
Keeping up with current events in 2020 has been a minefield, with more negative news than we can handle. Even in the depths of COVID-19, there’s a lot of gloom and doom around climate change.
Welcome back to Hunted Worldwide. This week, we’re off to the heart of the Caribbean. And leaving a towel on the sun lounger for you is a brand new Hunted partner.
Ross Kemp ventures into the deepest darkest corners of corruption and seedy business deals with an underground recruitment kingpin – whose identity is hidden for his own safety.
Only a tiny percentage of businesses end up going on to become global market leaders. Which means not every recruitment agency espousing that line’s telling the truth. And not every one of them ends up hitting such heady heights. It takes a huge amount of hard work, genuine skill, and the right idea to make a recruitment business work. And there’s no real ‘perfect’ time to start one either, as recent events have done nothing but highlight. Belsberg are just over a year into being the only recruitment agency in the Benelux focused purely on Digital HR and HR Transformation.
What makes a great recruiter in Los Angeles? Is there a formula you can apply which will set you up to succeed? And what tips can you learn from those already doing great stuff in the market?
Today, we’re in the City of Angels, brushing shoulders, digitally at least, with Signify Technology.
The recent trend of putting your hands together at the bottom of the drive, or hanging out the kitchen window banging pots and pans began, like the virus, in Wuhan. Initially meant to raise the spirits of the perpetually cooped up, it quickly became a way for people at home to show their appreciation for front line workers.
You don’t need me to tell you about the power of referrals.
You’ll already ask for one after a job well placed. You might even have a few on LinkedIn, proudly displayed like war medals on the lapel of your profile.
It’s inaction that’s got us into this situation. And its the responsibility of the majority, who are not the victims of bias and race crimes, to take action that will impact those in the minority whose actions have been ignored for too long.
I’ve had a few questions come in to me recently. I guess we’re all pretty worried. What kind of world will we return to? Will there be an industry left? It’s been 84 years since March and things have changed a touch.