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Recruiting Brainfood for the week ahead - Issue #225


Recruiting Brainfood

January 31 · Issue #225 · View online

It's recruiting brainfood for the week ahead

Brainfood Live, Ep95: Final part of our super well received mini series - From the Developers POV - where we interview software engineers on how they feel about common recruitment practices before telling us how tech recruiters can do it better. This week, we’re talking the final stage of the process - onboarding: how do we currently do it, how can we improve?
Friday 5th February, 2.00pm UTC - must attend for tech recruiters - register here
Special thanks this week to: Mark Edwards, Jan Tegze, Tris Revill, Garry Turner, Gosia Polak, Jose Luis Rodriguez Alves, Kevin Green, James Mailley, Jim Berrisford, Elizabeth Murphy, James Osborne, Alison Birch, Colin Donnery, Grant Clough, Manjuri Sinha, Neil Carberry, Joey NK Koksal, Bas van de Haterd, Hannah Morgan, Steven Brand, Sarah Wardle, Mark Uz, Mania Mankowska, Martin Poole, Sijana Mamos, Boris Manakhimov, Jessica Dangott, Somer Hackley, Laura Bibby, Tim Wray, Eugene van den Hemel, Callum Stuckey, Nelson Furtado, Jo McCatty, Carl-Johan Hamilton, Chad Horne, Tristan de Kooker and Lauren Sharp for your public support this week - so important to keep the community growing.
Now check out your scores on the Brainfood Hall of Fame😉
Can you help? Simply share this link on a LinkedIn status update and recommend it to your network - it’s the best way to keep the growing the brainfood community.
Recruiting Brainfood has a private fb group for community discussion, a weekly video webinar series, a podcast on ITunesSpotify or Podbean, an active Talent Directory, a searchable archive of brainfood content and even a chatbot called RoboHung. You are welcome to join any or all of these channels.

The Brainfood
The Evolution Of Sourcing
Inclusiveness and Accessibility Settings In Microsoft 365
How This CEO Creates an Internal Culture With a “Crazy Focus” on Good Storytelling
Ranked: The 50 Most Visited Websites in the World
Global Talent in the Age of Artificial Intelligence
Experienced Well-being Rises with Income, Even Above $75,000 Per Year
All Roads Lead To Diversity, Equity & Inclusion In The Workplace. But Which One Do You Take?
Post-Pandemic Silicon Valley Isn’t A Place
Job Description Grader
Technology Makes It Easier for Conversations To Lose Their Soul
Man With Hatred for HR Suspected In Attacks
Who's Available?
Brainfood Hall of Fame
Who's Hiring?
Director of Hiring Success, SmartRecruiters, New York (Remote USA)
Recruiter - Graduates (m/w/d), AlphaSights, Hamburg, Germany
Head of Pay & People Operations, McCurrach Group, Glasgow, UK
HR Business Partner, McCurrach Group, Glasgow, UK
On-demand Recruiter, Proactive Talent, (Remote USA)
Lead Consultant - Recruiting Optimization, Proactive Talent, (Remote USA)
Principal Recruiter, Scede, (Remote UK)
Business Recruiter, Dataminr, New York, NY, USA
Senior Technical Recruiter, Dataminr, New York, NY, USA
Senior Tech Recruiter,, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Senior Recruiter - APJ, Rackspace, Sydney, Australia
Talent Acquisition Partner - 9mth FTC, Graphcore, Bristol, UK
International Relationship Manager, VONQ, Amsterdam, Netherlands
Talent Acquisition Specialist, Hologic, San Diego, CA, USA
Junior Technical Recruiter -12mth FTC, Financial Times, London, UK
People & Organisation Director, Komoot, Remote between UTC-1 / +3
Executive Search Manager, AngloAmerican, London, UK
Remote Corporate Recruiter, MatchHR, Remote anywhere
Co-ordinator, Talent & People, Localised, Toronto, Canada
If you are a brainfooder and have a job you would like to have featured in next week’s newsletter, reply to this email with a link to the job
Who's Story?
The Brainfood Tribune
Who's Talking?
Big List of Podcasts to Listen to in 2021
IR35 - Masterclass for Recruiters
What's On?
Hiring Market Trends
From AI to D&I
Three of a Kind - Acing Recruiment Collaboration
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]
End notes
Is it just me or is private life getting ever simpler whilst the world ‘outside’ gets ever crazier?
Main priority for me this week was figuring out how to cook Jambalaya (thanks for the spices Mary Ellen), whilst in the wider world we saw Redditors short squeeze Hedge Funds, new BNO regs for Hong Kong citizens to the UK, the first UK/EU post Brexit crisis over access to vaccines and the persistent democratic delivery of crackpots into US public office. Jewish Space Lasers? You know what, if they do exist, I think I’ll be needing one of them to defend against the crazies.
Still in London, so DM me on twitter or Instagram if you have anything weird / interesting you want me to look at. Way things are, you might only need to look out your window.
Have a great week everybody.
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