This weeks post is a little different, in two ways.
Firstly, it is in fact a Vlog, rather than a blog, and I encourage you to watch the video, focusing more on the content than the plain visage of your faithful blogger!
Secondly instead of a recruitment tip, I am focusing today on the global job market. Is it improving?
I travel a lot. Japan, Singapore, Malaysia and the UK just…Continue
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A few weeks ago we received the tragic news that a good friend and long time colleague, had suddenly passed away, in shocking and totally unexpected circumstances.
Duncan Cunningham, who I worked with for almost 10 years, not yet even 40 years old, and with a young family, was suddenly gone.
In Australia, one of our most famous folk ‘pub’ songs is called “I’d love to have a beer with Duncan” by…Continue
Last week I blogged on the importance of “job order triage”. Great recruiters ruthlessly prioritise the briefs they work on, and put most effort into the highly fillable few.
Well, what about the candidates to invest time in?
Some recruiters take the view that as there is a talent shortage, every candidate…Continue
Recently I was asked by one of our Sydney Talent Agents to join her on a client visit to a high profile Ad Agency group. I jumped at the chance because I love speaking with clients, and we were booked to meet two very senior people, both at Executive Creative Director level.
We arrived on time (5 minutes early actually, as is my wont) and waited in the trendy, borderline pretentiously creative reception.
And we waited.
At 10 past the meeting hour we…Continue
If you have ever been a TV Hospital drama junkie, you would have heard the word triage many times.
Certainly I noticed my wife perk up noticeably when George Clooney strides into the waiting room on any episode of ER.
Triage is the process of prioritising patient treatment, based on the severity of their condition.
Recruitment has none of the drama or dire consequences of triage in the medical sense. Nevertheless, poor recruiting triage skills can mean…Continue