Mark Stephens
6d ago · 3 min read · ~10 · 1
Look Beyond “Culture Fit” When Hiring

Look Beyond “Culture Fit” When Hiring

By Dylan WalshIn 2013, Sheryl Sandberg made reference to what “may well be the most important document ever to come out of [Silicon] Valley.” It was not a printout of revolutionary code, not a contract outlining the merger of two giants, not...

Oleg Konovalov
5d ago · 3 min read · ~10
To Startups and 2 more
Introverts? Companies as well!

Introverts? Companies as well!

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B079XYQ66S/ref=sr_1_1?s=books&ie=UTF8&qid=1519086240&sr=1-1&keywords=Corporate+Superpower How can organizational culture be described without using formalized definitions and academic jargon? Culture is the...

Luke Doulton
13/4/2018 · 2 min read · ~10
To HR Manager and 2 more
Contingency: Why it just Doesn’t Work in Recruitment…Anymore

Contingency: Why it just Doesn’t Work in Recruitment…Anymore

Why Contingency in Recruitment WorkedWhen the recruitment industry boomed, the best model to ensure you get the best candidates was always a multi-agency and contingency-based approach. The more agencies you had on board, the more connections you...

Mark Stephens
5/4/2018 · 3 min read · ~10 · 1
Is simply “caring” the new ultimate strategy for business success?

Is simply “caring” the new ultimate strategy for business success?

I wrote this blog after reading an article called Five ways to build a product your customers will love, by Daniel Tuitt and Flick Hardingham. In fact I have even stolen a couple of lines from it, which I am sure they won’t mind too much.It just...

Harley King

Harley King

An interesting article, Mark. I taught the importance of caring for the customer for 30 years in a health care company. The great Zig Ziglar used to say: "People don't care how much you know until they know how much you care." Caring for the customer should be everyone's job. Unfortunately, too many people never understand the concept.

5/4/2018
Luke Doulton
5/4/2018 · 7 min read · ~10 · 1
To HR Manager and 3 more
Amy Volas
3/4/2018 · 7 min read · ~10
To beBee in English and 3 more
5 Things You’ll Never Say When You’re Working With A Recruiter Worth Their Salt.

5 Things You’ll Never Say When You’re Working With A Recruiter Worth Their Salt.

For as long as I can remember recruiters have gotten a bad rap (let’s face it, I have been one of the biggest critics well before I started ATP). And as much as I hate to say it, it’s often very well deserved.Thanks to the internet, it’s so...

Amy Volas

Amy Volas

So glad you liked it @luke Doulton :)

10/4/2018
Luke Doulton

Luke Doulton

Some really good advice on here if you use recruitment agencies!

5/4/2018

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