Work is the biggest investment you will EVER make in your life. The time you spend at work takes up most of your life!
The Recruitment show podcast provides an inside view of how most companies look for, assess and hire new employees, as well as exploring the impact of culture and leadership within the workplace.
In each podcast offers professional knowledge, insights and advice on the biggest subjects in today's working industry, finding the work-life balance that's right for you.
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WHY is changing careers SO HARD? Here's how to do it.
Looking to transition to a new career?
You're not alone.
Whether you are pursuing a side hustle, looking into a different industry, hesitant to quit your job for a new one, or just looking for a change.
It’s not a simple decision.
It requires careful planning and thinking through the why, the what, and the when.
Why do you want to change?
What do you want to do?
When will the change happen?
Jenny Rogers, author, BBC Radio contributor, executive coach for 30 years, working with high profile clients across a broad range of sectors internationally, joined our CEO Lewis Maleh. Sharing insights on how to successfully transition into a new career without starting over.
A Review Of The Year With Quasar 'Q' Hamirani, Global Head Of People Operations, Airbnb
The past year has been a serious call-to-action for employers to make key changes in how they recruit, employ, and look after their people. Quasar 'Q' Hamirani, Global Head of People Operations, Airbnb joined our CEO Lewis Maleh to review and share their insights.
People And Culture - A Review Of The Biggest Topics Impacting The Workplace
Excited to be joined by Mark Skinner, Chief People Officer at William Hill.
Everyone says recruiting and retaining people is hard right now...Was it ever easy?
Lewis and Mark will review the biggest topics this past year, discuss which will continue, and what might be in store.
The past year has been a serious call-to-action for employers to make key changes in how they recruit, employ, and look after their people.
What are the most talked about recruitment topics in 2021?
Everyone is talking about what work will look like when the dust settles.
There is fierce debate about mandating covid vaccines for certain jobs.
People are calling it the big resignation, but the firms who have listened to their people and have a great culture seem to be doing a good job at retaining their staff.
For office based workers, the conversation centres on how many days you’re in the office or if you’re an official digital nomad.
And the way companies go about recruiting staff has quickly evolved.
Glenn Martin, Talent Acquisition Project Manager and podcast host of, Never Mind The Job Spec, joined our CEO Lewis Maleh to discuss the major topics people are talking about.
Expect insights on: how 2021 has driven innovation in how companies recruit staff, why culture is top of everyone’s list and trends to watch for in 2022.
Kindness and empathy is your best networking strategy
Focusing on creating positive relationships with people is the way to go about building a community of people who are there for each other.
Jason Chuei, Industry Marketing at Facebook, and our CEO Lewis Maleh share their insights on why being kind is your best networking strategy and how to do it.
What are people looking for from an employer today?
As the dust settles, opportunities to improve and strengthen our workplaces are becoming clearer to see.
Get these right and it's likely to have a significant impact on people's experience at work and business performance.
We've had countless conversations with employees and people leading global companies to find out the things they value most.
So, what things are top of people's list now?
A few interesting things we have learnt:
A great culture and an awesome leader are two things people value most.
Generic strategies on how we work, collaborate, and recognise people's performance aren't working.
Personalising the employee experience is important for building an inclusive workplace.