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Recruiting Brainfood for the week ahead - Issue #178

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Brainfood Live, Ep50: Do you have an Internal Mobility programme? We're talking with Andrew Gadomski
 

Recruiting Brainfood

March 8 · Issue #178 · View online
It's recruiting brainfood for the week ahead

Brainfood Live, Ep50: Do you have an Internal Mobility programme?
We’re talking with Andrew Gadomski and Katrina Hutchinson-O'Neill to figure out what works, what doesn’t and why for Internal talent mobility.
Free 1 hour webinar: Friday 13th, 2.30 GMT / 9.30 ET - register here
Special thanks this week to: Lisa Scales, Steven Davis, Simon Geere, Kevin Green, Kasia Tang, Vanessa Raath, Mark Edwards, Martyn Redstone, Geraldine Butler-Wright, Joanne Lockwood, Glenn Martin, Christian Madsen, Elizabeth Murphy, Paul Moir, Michael Keleman, Bharath C, James Osborne, John Bersentes, Roy Baladi, Bas van de Haterd, Vanessa Raath, David Wolstenholme, Stefan Welack, Andrew Packiarajah, Bennett Sung, Alison Birch, Angelina Ebeling, Aimee Mail, Graham Thornton, Francois Gauthier, Alex Rosengren, Barry Flack, William Tincup, Michael Blakley and Margaret Buj for your public support last week - you’re awesome and your support is massively appreciated.
Can you help? Simply share this link recruitingbrainfood.com on a LinkedIn status update and recommend it to your network - it’s the best way to keep the growing the brainfood community.
Cheers!
Hung
Recruiting Brainfood now has a private fb group for community discussion, a weekly video webinar series and a podcast on ITunesSpotify or Podbean. You are welcome to join any or all of these channels.

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What's On?
Big List of Events to Attend in 2020
If you are an event organiser want to get featured in the newsletter, get in touch and give the community a deal. Email me [email protected]
Who's Talking?
Big List of Podcasts to Listen to in 2020
Behavioral Science in Recruiting with Frida Polli
VOICES: Culture, the New Discrimination?
Who's Hiring?
Engagement Consultant (12mth FTC), Insights, Dundee, UK
Human Resources Co-ordinator, Dott, Munich, Germany
Director of Operations, WhereIsMyTransport, Cape Town, South Africa
If are a brainfood subscriber and want to post your in-house recruiting / people ops / HR jobs in next weeks newsletter, reply to this email with job title and link so people can apply
Who's Available?
Margaret Buj is about to come onto the market. High level experience with Avanade, Cisco, Microsoft, VMWare, as well as with tech startups. Looking for Talent Acquisition Lead role, based London
This is a new segment and experiment in supporting brainfooders who are available for work. If you are a subscriber and would like to featured in next week’s issue, reply to this email and let me know…
What Are You Doing?
Congrats to Fernanda Alonso Gautrais, who starts a new job as Chief People Officer at Treatwell this week.
My buddy Lars Schmidt is collecting together corporate responses to COVID-19 in this open sourced google doc. Please review and add your company policy, if you have one.
Finally, congrats to long time brainfood sponsors, Landing Jobs who secure €2MM Series A to build out their hiring marketplace and community.
If you are a brainfood subscriber and something exciting news to share and want more people to know about it, reply to this email and let me know…
End notes
It appears that hospital and intensive care unit (ICU) capacity is one the main issues to think about when it comes to COVID-19 virus.
The WHO believe that the variance in case fatality rate (CFR) in China ( outbreak epicentre Wuhan was 5.8%, other provinces 0.7% ) was due to local healthcare systems being overwhelmed by sudden and dramatic surge in cases which required intensive care treatment.
People can be saved - even severe cases - but only if they get access to this treatment: ventilators, in isolation wards. Most hospitals don’t have these devices on hand to deal with sudden surges in demand.
So people die, unnecessarily.
We all have to do our part, and not add to the numbers needing treatment. The task simple but challenging - we have to flatten the surge.
The WHO is on twitter and provide daily briefings, VOX has an excellent 19 part guide and this daily newsletter is basically brainfood on all matters virus. I recommend you follow all three.
Obviously I’ll be online more than usual, so DM me on twitter or Instagram…still looking for something to fill the gap until The Expanse, Season 5
Have a great week everybody. 
Hung
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