Using video doesn’t mean you are remote

In my opinion, we still have a mental-hurdle to jump when it comes to the idea of using live video streaming to establish meaningful business relationships, and yet, we use it to such great effect in our personal lives. Perhaps the commonly used phrase, remote access, still resonates in our subconscious when we think about …

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How diverse is your tech team?

The final blog post in this series focuses on one of the key considerations for every tech company in every market on a Global scale – diversity.  In the UK, the Tech Talent Charter (TTC) is leading the way in terms of a voluntary initiative supported by companies from tech, recruitment and social enterprises to …

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How to access the developer community

The fourth blog post in this series in partnership with Snap.hr is for a very specific community, the new in-house technical talent acquisition and recruitment team member. This post really is for those of you that have just started in technical talent acquisition and recruitment and are about to learn the fundamental basics of sourcing …

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Making the transition from Recruitment Model 1.0 to 2.0

In my previous two blog posts in this series, I’ve discussed the importance of exploring a partner ecosystem and how to align your recruitment tools with your talent acquisition strategy – so what do these two topics have in common?  They form part of the overarching movement by all in-house talent acquisition and recruitment teams …

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Aligning Recruitment Tools with TA strategy

Are your recruiting tools delivering ROI? In these series of blogs in partnership with Snap.hr, I’m exploring a number of topics that should be on every in-house talent acquisition (TA) and recruitment teams’ agenda in 2019. Following on from last week’s subject of the partner ecosystem, this week I’m focusing on assessing TA and recruitment …

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Why do I need a Partner Ecosystem?

Change is the only constant The notion that you would have to rely solely on a preferred supplier list (PSL) of recruitment agencies was significantly challenged by LinkedIn; as Maury Hanigan wrote in her article “data that was previously stored in their private databases became publicly available, diminishing the need for headhunters”.  This process of …

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