What’s the connection between HR, Heroes, and Zombies?
A friend was telling me a story about his son. Their school was hosting a fund-raiser – ‘come as your favorite super-hero’ day. He wanted to dress up as his hero –
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Recruitment has changed sustain success
Recruitment has changed – 3 things to think about to sustain success.
According to IBISWorld, the Australian recruitment industry is worth $24 Billion
Over the years I’ve become known as an early adopter of Talent tech – despite still missing my Ericsson flip phone at times – so here are three lessons I learned:
We’re all suckers for bright shiny things You
There are many reason employers are struggling to ‘win the War for Talent’, and the inability to offer a powerful career path, personal growth and diverse experiences are a frequent culprit for firms who: • can only offer limited options
Ever had the debate about the value of people experience? It’s often a frustrating one.
Next time you get into the debate from a recruitment perspective, try some of these handy stats taken from a recent Hire by Google