Your stomach? Been there, done that. It didn’t work, don’t do it again.
Conscience: “You really shouldn’t be doing this. It didn’t work before, why would it work the second time?”
You: “Well, let’s give it another go. Maybe things will be different this time. We have to make sure that they are. It will all work out fine.”
Source: Personal Branding Blog
Within the recruitment world there are many offerings all aimed at making the fee valuable, palatable and worthwhile and they are all variations on a theme of contingent and retained recruitment.
This article attempts to explain how the methods differ and which model to select for a particular role. We will start with contingent recruitment and then move through to retained recruitment, which sets the context for some alternative models. Enjoy the read.
Whenever I come to a moment in my life when I realize that something has to change, I remember the scene from the film Forrest Gump where he finally stops his trans-America mega-marathon run.
Source: Kid In The Front Row Film Blog
I’d like to share an interesting article I read written by Stephen Harris at the Engineer. Engineers’ salaries took a battering in the recession. Then something exciting happened.
In the film Jerry Maguire, Tom Cruise plays a high-powered sports agent who has so many clients that he doesn’t really care about them. I bet that you can see the recruitment angle already….
Tom Cruise – Jerry Maguire
Source: The Remake
Pressure is an ever-present factor in our working life. It would be easier to handle if everything were under our control, but there are so many times when we are at the mercy of events. The future in such a situation is rarely clear and you have two basic choices: Worrying about the outcome, or caring about the outcome. There is a big difference between the two.
Source: ATL UK
One of the most poignant scenes in recent cinematic history is when the camera pans up from the tank in the film Fury, and you see the hundreds of scattered German bodies around a single Allied tank.
Image: Hollywood Reporter
We all know circumstances can change when searching for a job. As a result, it’s quite common for job hunters to be invited for an interview, but realising that they no longer want the job for various reasons. If you want to decline an interview but are not sure how to do it humbly, here’s some advice that will keep your professional reputation firmly intact.
Continue reading here: https://www.cv-library.co.uk/career-advice/interviews/how-decline-interview-without-burning-bridges/
Our brains are pretty special things.
They hold a lifetime of memories, process thousands of subconscious commands every minute and help us navigate the optimal path through our days. From the moment we are born, to the moment we leave this world, they offer us a capacity for learning that sets us apart from every other species on this planet.