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Recruiting Brainfood for the week ahead - Issue #251

Hung Lee
Hung Lee
Brainfood Live, Ep120: Remaking Candidate Experience, Post Pandemic
Engagement rates dropping, drop out rates increasing, all the signs are there for a talent crunch maybe of the like we have not seen before - not so much no candidates in the market, more so candidates now being much more discerning than they were before. How do we remake candidate experience to better compete as an employer? Friday 6th August, 2pm BST - must attend for talent acquisition / EB / CX folks - register here
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The Brainfood
New Data Shows a Soaring Demand for Recruiters and Where You Can Find More of Them
130+ Recruiting Tools and Software: The Complete List
Hyper Growth Playbook: From Startup To Scaleup
Are You Prepared To Lose 40% of Your Employees?
The Best New Tech Talent May Not Be Where You Think: A Guide to Hiring from Universities in 2021
GitHub Copilot: First Impressions
Netflix CEO Responds to Slack Firing
Research: Why Rejected Internal Candidates End Up Quitting
10 Challenges When Transitioning To A New Job
How To Bond With Tech Candidates
In-house Leadership Hiring Key Insights
A Prehistory of DAOs
The SaaS Org Chart
Want Your Unemployment Benefits? You May Have To Submit To Facial Recognition First
Global Co-Creation: The Process Behind Forming Vodafone’s New EVP
Worlds Apart- Technology, Remote Work, and Equity
Who's Talking?
LinkedIn Made Simple
Secrets From The Habitologist
The Power of Assessments In A Tight Labor Market
End notes
I’m in London and - what do you know - it’s a super expensive city to live in. I’ve been out 4 times this past week and I’m £350 down - a shocking figure as nightclubs were not involved! Probably not extraordinary for London pre-pandemic but it feels like excess after 18 months of spending pretty much nothing at all.
Going out of home is definitively necessary but I’m going to have figure out a way to do so without this type of conspicuous spending. It contributes to the world we’re seeing right now.
So DM me on twitter or Instagram or TikTok if you have any ideas on ‘stuff to do’ which isn’t consumerism, cheers
Have a great week everybody. 
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