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Looking for a new job? Meet Stevie, an online startup that's offering a new take on recruitment‪.‬ Dream Job Ready

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Dream Job Ready - Episode 50
Host Dane Sharp is joined by Stevie's CEO Jo Harris and Advisor Peter Knock to discuss the future of recruitment, hiring and culture fit. Stevie is a new online startup that's offering a new take on recruitment.
Dane was involved in the creation of Stevie, which occurred during a marketing hack games held in early 2020. You can hear more about that in Episode 23 of the Dream Job Ready show, when I interviewed MI Academy's Alita Harvey-Rodriguez and Natalie Khoury, who coordinated the event.
Recruitment isn't perfect and there's no doubt Covid-19 and working from home has impacted it. It really is the perfect time to offer an evolved experience.
Conversations in this episode include:
What is Stevie and who's it for (job seekers and companies looking to hire)Stevie and its relationship with retail jobs Why cultural fit mattersPartners and Businesses working with Stevie (Shippit, Shopify, AfterPay, Trust Pilot, Deputy, Adore Beauty)Online job application and recruitment processThe importance of human understanding in job recruitmentHow important is Team and People in Business?Complexities of launching a business during a pandemic, including not all team members meeting in personHow to create and foster team culture in the online worldRemote workingJoin www.hirestevie.com.au and be an early candidateIf you'd like to connect with Dream Job Ready via our Socials:
YouTube / Search 'Dream Job Ready'LinkedIn / https://www.linkedin.com/company/dreamjobreadyFacebook / @dreamjobreadyInstagram / @dreamjobreadyTwitter / @dreamjobready We welcome your feedback and questions via Email dreamjobreadypodcast@gmail.com
And if you'd like to financially support this podcast series, please make a contribution via https://supporter.acast.com/dream-job-ready-1
Music: ‘Funky Sunday’ composed and performed by Mark Matthews.
Copyright 2020 | Remarkable
Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/dreamjobready.

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Dream Job Ready - Episode 50
Host Dane Sharp is joined by Stevie's CEO Jo Harris and Advisor Peter Knock to discuss the future of recruitment, hiring and culture fit. Stevie is a new online startup that's offering a new take on recruitment.
Dane was involved in the creation of Stevie, which occurred during a marketing hack games held in early 2020. You can hear more about that in Episode 23 of the Dream Job Ready show, when I interviewed MI Academy's Alita Harvey-Rodriguez and Natalie Khoury, who coordinated the event.
Recruitment isn't perfect and there's no doubt Covid-19 and working from home has impacted it. It really is the perfect time to offer an evolved experience.
Conversations in this episode include:
What is Stevie and who's it for (job seekers and companies looking to hire)Stevie and its relationship with retail jobs Why cultural fit mattersPartners and Businesses working with Stevie (Shippit, Shopify, AfterPay, Trust Pilot, Deputy, Adore Beauty)Online job application and recruitment processThe importance of human understanding in job recruitmentHow important is Team and People in Business?Complexities of launching a business during a pandemic, including not all team members meeting in personHow to create and foster team culture in the online worldRemote workingJoin www.hirestevie.com.au and be an early candidateIf you'd like to connect with Dream Job Ready via our Socials:
YouTube / Search 'Dream Job Ready'LinkedIn / https://www.linkedin.com/company/dreamjobreadyFacebook / @dreamjobreadyInstagram / @dreamjobreadyTwitter / @dreamjobready We welcome your feedback and questions via Email dreamjobreadypodcast@gmail.com
And if you'd like to financially support this podcast series, please make a contribution via https://supporter.acast.com/dream-job-ready-1
Music: ‘Funky Sunday’ composed and performed by Mark Matthews.
Copyright 2020 | Remarkable
Support this show http://supporter.acast.com/dreamjobready.

See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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