Core values. Empty promises that look good written on the wall? Or the key to unlocking a new level of retention – and all the revenue that comes with it? Do you care either way?
It isn’t possible to stay motivated all the time. And when it drops, it can feel like something’s gone wrong with you and recruitment. Motivation needs topping up. Constantly. Usually daily. And doing so can keep you from burning out in the long run. Here’s how.
Small in size, mighty by nature.
Joining a recruitment agency with less than 20 people versus joining a company with 200+, is a completely different ball game.
Recruitment’s hard enough when you know what you’re doing.
If you’ve been left to fend for your self since week 2, you’re gonna have a bad time.
The professional services industry is usually the largest employer and contributor to GDP in most developed countries.
So, there’s lots of deals to be made.
Working in the West End is the dream.
You’re in the centre of London.
You’re surrounded by great things.
A lot of the time you don’t get to choose what you do on your days off.
You take them for specific reasons.
The internet changed everything, forever.
The way we speak to each other, shop, work, organise our lives, make decisions. Changed.
I recently wrote Recruiters: How Biased Are You? which covers gender stereotyping in recruitment. I called it “a big, ugly problem”. Biases are mental shortcuts built upon years of subjective experiences. So you’re unlikely to alter bias in others. What you can do is lead by example in managing your own. So what you do and say is reflective of the world you’d like to see.
Here at Hunted we are BIG fans of community working spaces. They’re perfect for Recruitment! But what is the best of the best? The creme de la crème? The top dog? The Kingpin?