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Dedicated to placing the very best people into the Fashion, Beauty and Luxury Lifestyle industries, Talent Atelier are based in Shoreditch in London and work internationally with Senior through to C-Suite level talent.

Essentially we’re a dating agency aiming to create love stories between businesses and people.

Our podcast is here to offer advice if you're considering a career change or want to up your game in your current role. Along with our in-house experts, we'll be talking to our #CreativeAchievers who are pros in their own fields about their career journeys.

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Dedicated to placing the very best people into the Fashion, Beauty and Luxury Lifestyle industries, Talent Atelier are based in Shoreditch in London and work internationally with Senior through to C-Suite level talent.

Essentially we’re a dating agency aiming to create love stories between businesses and people.

Our podcast is here to offer advice if you're considering a career change or want to up your game in your current role. Along with our in-house experts, we'll be talking to our #CreativeAchievers who are pros in their own fields about their career journeys.

    Interviews: how to create a great candidate experience

    Interviews: how to create a great candidate experience

    How the heck do you actually interview someone?!

    We’re rarely given training on this side of work, and whether you’re a founder looking to bring your first team mate on board or a manager with a squad of people already in place, Jo and Rachel are here to talk through the questions you're supposed to ask and how to really get to the bottom of someone’s experience.

    Giving a good journey throughout the interview process when making a hire is really important, even when they're not the right person for the job (have you SEEN Glassdoor?). From etiquette (no phones please) to the structure of the interview itself, this episode can give you a quick rundown of what to talk about and how to bring a business to life.

    Following on from this episode, we’ll be creating a piece on our website so you’ve got some handy collateral in place the next time you’re meeting a prospective new employee.

    As always, if you have any ideas, comments or questions then please do reach out on podcast@talentatelier.com, and we also have a growing archive of articles on www.talentatelier.com.

    • 31 min
    Culture: how to build it, how to survive it and how to move on from somewhere you love

    Culture: how to build it, how to survive it and how to move on from somewhere you love

    Culture and general vibes are some of the most important things to consider when making a hire - will this person fit? Did you get a good impression when you walked through the door of the office?

    Formerly the Executive Director of Partnerships at Dazed and now the Global Brand Director of Exposure, Priya de Souza is here to talk about creating a work utopia, fostering talent from unexpected places and how to get your confidence back when you leave somewhere you love.

    From building a culture based on respect through to being clear with your mission and values, Priya’s insights are personal and very valid for anyone working in the creative industries where passion runs high.

    As always, if you have any ideas, comments or questions then please do reach out on podcast@talentatelier.com, and we also have a growing archive of articles on www.talentatelier.com.

    • 29 min
    Maternity: pregnancy, parenthood and beyond

    Maternity: pregnancy, parenthood and beyond

    Put the kettle on because today's episode is a long one. Rachel and Jo speak with HR expert Elma O'Reilly about pregnancy and parenthood in the workplace. From telling your team and managing everyone's expectations while you (potentially) throw up in a bin, through to hiring your maternity cover, all the way to returning back to work.

    Elma is our resident HR guru at Talent Atelier and we often parachute her into companies needing support. She has worked internationally for businesses including Nike and PVH as well as starting her own company, Parallel London.

    For advice and helpful information on maternity/paternity leave go to www.gov.uk.

    We also really recommend Tommys charity for more sensitive support within the pregnancy and pregnancy loss world.

    As always, if you have any ideas, comments or questions then please do reach out on podcast@talentatelier.com, and we also have a growing archive of articles on www.talentatelier.com.

    • 47 min
    Failure: from being fired out of a cannon to rising from the ashes

    Failure: from being fired out of a cannon to rising from the ashes

    After a short (long) hiatus, we are back with a brand new episode focusing on job break-ups. You might have joined a company where the role you were promised doesn’t exist, or maybe the business is going through hard times, or perhaps its just not the right match.

    Rachel and Jo are here to talk you through some of their own personal experiences of being fired, getting made redundant and offer some guidance about what to do when you know things just aren’t quite right.

    Here is the glorious podcast by Elizabeth Day called How to Fail which we thoroughly recommend listening to as it features some incredible people (including the infamous Phoebe Waller Bridge) talking about their lives and how failure can often bring brilliant things: https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/how-to-fail-with-elizabeth-day/id1407451189

    As always, if you have any ideas, comments or questions then please do reach out on podcast@talentatelier.com and we also have a growing archive of articles on www.talentatelier.com

    • 25 min
    #CreativeAchievers: Jeii Hong the All Star Creative Services Guru

    #CreativeAchievers: Jeii Hong the All Star Creative Services Guru

    Ever wanted to know more about the people working behind the scenes in the creative industries? You're in the right place....

    We're delighted to bring you the first of our #CreativeAchievers conversations with the wonderful Jeii Hong. Former Creative Services Director at Stella McCartney, Burberry and Beauty Pie and now fully fledged entrepreneur/consultant working in the fashion and beauty industries with her very own business, Modern Commodities, Jeii talks us through her experience to date and offers some helpful advice along the way.

    You can see an interview with Jeii on our website www.talentatelier.com and as always, if you have any ideas, comments or questions then please do reach out on podcast@talentatelier.com

    • 47 min
    Salary Guide: reviews, rants and revelations

    Salary Guide: reviews, rants and revelations

    Today we're tackling the age old issue of salaries- from knowing your true worth in a business through to how to ask for more.

    Jo Gilmour is joined by Rachel Saywell-Burr and Stella the miniature Schnauzer puppy to talk through their experiences and topline ideas in order to get yourself ahead in the game.

    As always, if you have any ideas, comments or questions then please do reach out on podcast@talentatelier.com and we also have a growing archive of articles on www.talentatelier.com

    Jo was also featured in Mr Porter's online publication "The Journal" talking about salaries so do take a look on https://www.mrporter.com/journal/the-workplace/how-to-ask-for-a-better-salary/3086

    • 38 min

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