Recruiting Brainfood for the week ahead - Issue #282





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Hung Lee
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The Brainfood
What Are Your Company's Anti-Values?
Global Recruitment Insights & Data (GRID) Trends Report
The Basic Principles of People Analytics
"At EPAM, a company that has more than 10K employees in Ukraine, but also ones in Russia and Belarus, massive internal conflicts are raising due to the CEO not taking sides: they have yet to say Russia is responsible for the war. Some refusing to work with those based in Russia."
Open Salary Calculator: Our Commitment to Transparency and Fairness
Colorado Excluded
Linking Men's Voice Pitch to Actual and Perceived Trustworthiness
Building A Strong Tech Talent Pipeline
Influencer Marketing Benchmark Report 2022
Building Remote Culture: 4 Easy-To-Implement Weekly Rituals
Fast Rotation of Talent....
The Beginning of a New Globalisation
Do Dev Careers Really Die At 35?
2022 PEW Research Covid19 Pandemic Continues to Reshape Work in America
DAO's Are Novel But Not New
The Simple System I’m Using To Stay in Touch with Hundreds of People
Who's Talking?
Mark Zuckerberg: Meta, Facebook, Instagram, and the Metaverse
How To Turn Your Speakers into Event Advocates?
Bill Boorman Returns to talk 'Extreme Networking'
End notes
We know there are more important things going on in the world today.
There have been some significant initiatives from our industry over the past week which I think have potential to be persistent channels of support for the people of Ukraine. I am going to try and figure out a way to make these resources ‘stick’ so that we are not overly reliant on email circulars or social shout outs to discover them.
I also have to note the emergence of a febrile atmosphere, stoked by keyboard warriors for whom this unfolding tragedy seems mainly to be a form of entertainment. I am reminded of the world as it was in the aftermath of Sept 11, where justifiable public outrage was manipulated by those with a wider plan to secure consent for an open ended campaign of war which destroyed several countries, killed 1 million people, and displaced millions more.
We on the outside need to care, passionately so. We have to act, decisively so. But we also have to be careful not to have our compassion subverted by those who do not share it.
Have a good week as you can friends.
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