How to ensure the ethical use of big data in recruitment

How Do You Ensure the Ethical Use of Big Data in Recruitment?

Sharing information online has become “normal” in today's society. IBMs Market Cloud Study found that a staggering 90% of the data online has been created since 2016. It has become second nature for us to snap, swipe, and publish our lives online.  However, since the Cambridge Analytica and Facebook Scandal of 2018, many people are … Continue reading How Do You Ensure the Ethical Use of Big Data in Recruitment?

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Ridiculous Job Titles that Really Existed

It’s no secret that companies, especially startups, are getting increasingly more creative with their job titles. They believe that unique, funny and ridiculous job titles will attract like-minded people, therefore making a "we think different" message clear from the first sight. 1. Paranoid In Chief Company: Yahoo  Description: Let’s be honest — Paranoid in chief sounds much more intriguing … Continue reading Ridiculous Job Titles that Really Existed

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Vivatech2019 and how to get your dream job at a conference

Conferences can be the perfect place to not only network with professionals in different industries but also to look for jobs. The outcome of these type of events is all in your hands and is based on learning all the right tricks to turn a simple chat into the start of an important connection. An … Continue reading Vivatech2019 and how to get your dream job at a conference

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Do you need to study programming if you want to become a chef?

Thirty per cent of workers in the UK are in occupations either highly likely to grow as a share of the workforce or highly likely to shrink. 70% of UK jobs are much more uncertain. There is an opportunity for people within the uncertain or rapidly changing occupation to improve their prospects by investing in … Continue reading Do you need to study programming if you want to become a chef?

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I would have hired you if I did not know your name

It fascinates me to attend interviews with clients who meet candidates we introduce them. Personal profile and a completed practical task are the only information they know about a person who will enter the room in few minutes. Just before a candidate interviewed for a Client Solution Engineer position enters, I ask the employer to … Continue reading I would have hired you if I did not know your name