Welcome to another week of the best recruiting content on the web! Some quality brainfood for you with more AI, automation, sourcing tools, engagement techniques, D&I and future of world of work. Give it a read and let me know what you think!
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Hung Lee is the founder ofWorkshape.io– the revolutionary recruiting platform for Software engineers
“Things may change in the future, but one rule of thumb today is that almost anything that a typical person can do with less than one second of mental thought we can either now or in the very near future automate with AI.” MUST READ
Decent trends report from Deloitte Human Capital. Based on survey data from 10,000 HR types. Great visuals, lighter than expected on analysis and insight. But, I guess, this is the new normal. REPORT [DOWNLOAD]
Still after ‘A’ Players? You better make sure they are not rogue. These are the mavericks for whom there is only one source of truth and no one who isn’t them is going to get it. Great post by Keir Lowden, on the dangers of ignoring culture fit CULTURE
As recruiters, we’re always asking for intro’s whether that’s to another candidate or a future prospective customer or something thing we need someone else to do for us.James Lihas a framework which is probably better than the one you’re currently using. CANDIDATE ENGAGEMENT
The ILO and Gallup asked women and men in 142 countries whether they preferred for women to work paid jobs, care for their families and homes or do both. Interesting data, superbly presented in an interactive tool. COOL TOOL
Economists believe in full employment. Americans think that work builds character. But what if jobs aren’t working anymore? Perhaps the most radical position in the future of tech unemployment – embracing, rather than resisting it. What then, becomes of status competition? THOUGHT PROVOKING
Confession: I’m a major fan of Toggl – a time tracking app which saved my previous business when I was working as a consultant. This post is for real and relevant to any ‘email-at-scale’ activity recruiters might have to do. As ever, it’s about the execution more than then idea. ENGAGEMENT
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There’s two events going on in the upcoming week for you to put into your agenda –TruLondon2017on Monday at the King’s Head Private Members club andHR Tech Worldat Excel Arena. I’m going to both so reach out to me if you’re going to be there.
I’m in London for the all of this week, so if you’re in town and want to talk tech recruiting or the future of the planet, please don’t hesitate to get in touch. DM me on Twitter@HungLeeor email me on [email protected]