We scoured the web and found these for you: a job description heatmap that shows what your candidates really care about, advice from the former diversity chief for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign on how to run effective diversity initiatives, blockchain for recruitment, and more.
Enjoy these musings!
Folks, perhaps it’s time for you to relook how you write that job description? Some great insights in this article on how you write more effective JDs.
SBS news presenter Ricardo Goncalves shares how he, during his formative years in the Australian media, changed his name to Richard to give himself a better shot at a career media. A thought provoking piece.
More on people changing their names to find employment, this time in New Zealand. How much do you think “affinity bias” is responsible for the un-inclusive practices (knowing or unknowing) that we use during the recruitment process?
Sarah Goldberg shares how to best source on GitHub. Check this out if this is where you normally roll.
Spending way too much time in an airplane? Here are some tips might actually help you get some work done while on the move.
Diversity and inclusion (D&I) is tantamount to getting a kid to eat their vegetables says Bernard Coleman III. Bernard is former diversity chief for Hillary Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign and he makes a case for D&I that might just spur you on to action!
We heard all about blockchain for recruitment during Kevin Wheeler’s Fearless Forecast during the ATC2018, but if you weren’t present, here’s a great article explaining the potential of this technology.
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