Working from home. Wow. What a combo. There was a time when work and home were separate. When you could leave the angst and anguish of another awful day in the same four walls right where they belonged.
Ed Hunter, a former Catholic High School pupil, now recruiter, was abruptly let go from his job last month after a video surfaced on OnlyFans with BOTH a candidate and client, in a now viral, heated boardroom romp.
It’s been a while since I shared an email
This was probably
But since everything happened this year, I thought I might turn over a new leaf.
I figured there’d be far fewer people getting angry on email.
And because of that I’d get less opportunity to go on the wind up.
I was wrong.
Roy Keane reacts to Recruitment, courtesy of your favourite wolf, Ed Hunter.
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.
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.
Check the date you turnip. If you’re at the edge of sanity and pondering a life treading the cobbles, don’t throw it all away just yet. There’s a job for you here.
If you’re British, Roger Hargreaves is a bit of a legend. His creations are as much a part of your childhood as regular beatings and repressed early trauma. And there’s a Mr Men or Little Miss character for most occasions. Of course, to a degree, Roger Hargreaves was merely stereotyping his friends and family. A discriminator. A man who saw just one quality in someone, and took them to the cleaners. A racial profiler.
I’ve said it a thousand times, I’ll say it again… a good recruiter can recruit from anywhere. Yet, working from home seems to be an alien concept for a lot of recruitment agencies. “It’s foolishness and fluff designed to weaken the workforce.”
You know by now I don’t mind sharing my regular email correspondence on this blog. The fact I’m able to hide my identity allows me to share more details of my life. That said, I’ve been contemplating whether to share this with you. I can’t think the person in question won’t immediately know it’s them once this blog goes up. Nevertheless, I’ve decided to share it anyway.