People have been asking me this question for the past few months. As usual, I didn’t know, so I’m asking YOU – the brainfooder community – for help. Check out theBig List of Recruiting / HR Events to Attend in 2019. Over 150+ already there but far from complete or comprehensive. Take a look, and add an event that should be there –and thenforward the above link to someone else who might find it useful.
By next week, we’llallhave the answers.
Special thanks this week to:
Adam Gordon, Gautam Ghosh, Josh Biniecki, Denis Dinkevich, Steve Bebbington, Garry Turner, Kevin Green, Jose Luis Rodriguez Alves, Tris Revill, Os Fuentes, Apostolos Lymperis, Steve Jacobs, Andrew Packiarajah, Robert Newry, Matt Jennison, Steven Davis, Jes Osrow, Teresa Degischer, Gautam Ghosh, Laura Petrescu, Teri Gibson, Kasi Schulz, Paul Dewick, Dov Zavadskis, Richard Hutchinson, Rob Long, Matthew Bradburn, Liam Reese and my old mate Jo Avent for the public shout out last week – superb support as always.
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Somehow missed this fromLaetitia Vitaudearlier this year. She is an acute commentator on the future of work as there is. This is an outstanding essay on how changing workforce demands will in term transform the responsibility of ‘HR’. Must read folks. H/T brainfooderMatt Bradburnfor the share.
“…You’re as likely to get a job interview by meeting 50% of job requirements asmeeting 90%of them…..” amongst some of the interesting insights from this research from our buddies at Talent Works, a post not without controversy orsupport, tellingly from different sides of the application fence. Take a lookhere
LinkedIn have a salary calculator – did you know? Check it outhere. No doubt data is based on advertised job vacancies, but they all seem little low to me. Type in ‘recruiter’ or ‘HR manager’ and see for yourself. See what I mean?
Interesting experiment from our buddies atGood&Cocomparing the personality traits between Recruiters (mainly In-house) vs Data Scientists. Can we learn something from each other? Probably. Have a read of the posthere
Our buddies atGoogle Hireare putting together some excellent content. Some of it, straight-out-of-the-box useful. 50 free job posting sites, in one place. Check it out,here. H/T brainfooderLauren Bassfor the share
Excellent practitioners guide from our buddies at theCIPD. People Analytics is going to be core discipline for HR, if it isn’t already, and this is a good a starter guide as you’ll find. Also: follow brainfooderDavid Green. Download it for free,here
“…Open sourcing your code,regardless of your company size, is one of the best ways to recruit top engineers…”. This is from AngelList, who analysed the application rate of companies who do vs don’t. Food forthought herefor those hiring for tech
Great post from our buddies atZINC, who make the point that if decentralisation is core to your product, it also has to be core to working culture. Will Blockchain tech companies default to distributed? Looks like they will – have a readhere
Lot of companies (and individuals) sell ‘talent mapping’ as a service. Usually it is just sourcing a list of names and handing it over. Our friends at Calculus have a more sophisticated approach – here’s theirexcellent guideto the service. H/T brainfooder and ‘meta sourcer’Denis Dinkevichfor the share. As you should know by now, he’s a fellow you should follow.
In case u missed it at intro, here it is again – the Big List for 2019. Over 150 Recruiting / HR events and counting – open spreadsheet which you are free to use,download, share andadd to. Please do so (and maybe see you at one or two of these events?
If are a brainfood subscriber and want to post your in-house recruiting / people ops / HR jobs in next weeks newsletter, please email me at [email protected] with job title and link so people can apply
I’m back in Utrecht this week for my buddies at OnRecruit’s inaugural eventDirect2018. So if you’re around and want to talk hiring or the future of the planet, give me a shout ontwitterorInstagram. I’d do it for a piece of Gouda.