Hunted attended Drift’s HyperGrowth event in London on Monday 10th June 2019. Here are the top takeaways for any Recruiters looking to up their marketing game.
The flexibility of contracting is one of the main reasons people consider it. But with the positives emerges a new beast. The Gig Economy. Wrapped up as contracting, with a zero-hours, ‘work when you like’ mentality. In this act, you’re not a contractor in the truest sense of the word.
Biases are the mental shortcuts we take every time we meet someone new, read the news or think about the future. They’re necessary to survival. They help us process information, make sense of the world, act in the face of uncertainty and remember what’s important. But biases also skew perceptions and affect decision making. And in recruitment, that can be the difference between making decisions that FEEL right in favour of those that ARE right. The former will only get you by for so long. The latter means you’ll be more successful.
TED Talks. A source of inspiration for philosophical types in the fields of tech, leadership, culture and politics. I went digging for what they’ve got on Mental Health issues and came up with these five doozies. Get involved.
Technology’s often first in the firing line when it comes to putting the blame on poor mental health. But if there’s a way to support your mental health using technology, it’s worth rewriting the rulebook. So here are 5 of the top apps and programs for maintaining good mental health in recruitment.
Buying a house is something you were able to do for about a grand and a firm handshake not ten years ago. Nowadays, millennials and their chronic avocado habits have made the prospect of owning property an apparent pipe dream. So what does it take to buy your first house? And how can a career in recruitment help you do that?
There’s a lot in life that will rub you the wrong way. And doing less of what puts you in a bad mood, and more of what keeps you in a good one, is a skill every Recruiter should master.
One year on from industries around the globe collectively messing their delicates in the run up to May 25th 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation came into force. GDPR to you and I commonfolk.
The 80/20 rule, or the Pareto principle is the brainchild of Romanian economist Joseph Juran. Juran took what Vilfredo Pareto observed in the late 19th century – that 80% of the land in Italy was owned by 20% of the population and applied it to business management.
We need to talk about mental health. Everyone has it. But how do you broach the subject? I think we should talk about mental health the same way we do physical health. Honestly and matter of factly. And sometimes you need a good book to do the talking for you.