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.
How hard you work, while admirable, isn’t a reliable indicator of the value you add. Numbers on the board is. Among many other things. Although the sentiment endures: hustling doesn’t equal success.
Cross-selling’s an excellent business development technique. And very rarely does it do anything but good things to your personal billings and the revenue of the wider business. But does it factor into your business plan? And if not, should it?
The F word’s a dirty one in Recruitment. Here are five TED Talks that prove it doesn’t have to be. And actually, embracing failure could be key to unlocking even greater success.
Upgrading your job title’s a tricky matter.
In a meritocracy like recruitment, sometimes securing a promotion’s as simple as putting seven figures on the board and asking nicely.
If that’s not an option, you might need a strategy.
Welcome back to Hunted Worldwide. This week, we’re taking in the Pearl of the Orient. Hong Kong. With insight from Sarah Sellers, MD and Head of Hong Kong and Singapore at iKas International.
Tired of your candidates getting rejected on “team fit”? Here’s how you can lift recruitment off the page and make placements that hiring managers will tell their grandkids about.
10 apps and programs that’ll optimise your time on recruitment’s favourite social network. Let’s get stuck in.
Last year I wrote an article on The Immediate Future of AI in Recruitment in which I hazard some bold guesses as to how recruitment would adapt to AI in the workplace. This year I’m updating it, comparing the market then with the market today, and speculating wildly on what’s next.