To Kneel Or Not To Kneel, that isn’t the question…
A nation gripped in an uncontrollable surge of racism and racial thuggery and abuse appear to be the narrative in the United Kingdoms Mainstream Media and Political forums. We’re apparently awash with these vile individuals who appear to have permeated every aspect of our lives, abide in every city, town, village and living room across our once green and pleasant land.
A charge, a claim which I find not just extraordinary, but actually rather offensive in its own right.
Primarily because it simply isn’t true.
Sometimes, the word ‘WOW’ just doesn’t do the point of reference justice. John McAfee was one of those points of reference. Undoubtedly an icon of his generation.
The self-confessed “Most hated man in Cryptocurrency…” was almost as elusive as the Higgs Boson, I’m convinced that even the Large Hadron Collider would have struggled to pin the man down. I doubt the most accomplished psychologist would have been able to analyse and interpret him.
McAfee was a wonderfully colourful, antagonistic entrepreneur, pioneer, innovator and ultimately a fugitive and enemy of the US Government. …
So, why does Netflix get the headline image? Possibly because this company has probably saved as many relationships, minds and even lives during this pandemic as the healthcare services have.
In fact, I wonder precisely how many people would have struggled much harder, felt even more alone, desperate and scared out of their wits without these awesome streaming companies and their production teams and partners had they not continued to provide escapism, intelligent, thought-provoking content continuously throughout this crisis?
It’s the End of The World of Football As We Know It…
The European Football landscape has literally had an atomic bomb dropped on it in the last 24 hours.
“Shock and awe (technically known as rapid dominance) is a tactic based on the use of overwhelming power and spectacular displays of force to paralyze the enemy’s perception of the battlefield and destroy their will to fight.”
That is precisely what it feels like right now as a football supporter. …
If you listen carefully, away from the mainstream media and focus instead on the realms of social channels such as LinkedIn and industry webcasts and thought leaders, there is an abundance of well-placed optimism for the changing world around us.
Challenges are ahead for hiring companies and smart recruitment businesses recognise that by evolving and adapting what they do, they will be the ones providing the solutions to the complex issue’s companies will face moving forward into the Post-COVID-19 world of hiring and recruitment.
There is plenty of evidence that many recruitment businesses are thriving in this crisis. Reports are…
Preferred Supplier Lists are the bane of many a recruiter’s life. Those 3 little words can be so powerful, indeed be so counterproductive even.
Usually, it means reduced fees, less commitment from the client and a shit show of multiple recruiters from multiple agencies flapping about in the wind on a wing and a prayer.
Don’t get me wrong, I understand the commercial and strategic reasons for organisations to operate a PSL. Usually, they are about consistency, streamlining, efficiency and ensuring operational uniformity throughout a business or organisation.
Originally, Preferred Supplier Lists were dreamed up by some drab brown suited…
A fool and his money are soon parted, they say. Indeed that would appear to be the case.
Walking through the wonderful, culturally rich and historic city of Sofia, Bulgaria on Friday evening an incident occurred that whilst disturbing, was merely a part of the fabric of life in most cities. But it resonated so well with a conversation from earlier in the week, I thought I’d share it with you.
I’d enjoyed a delightful evening in some very eclectic company. You know the type of evening I mean, you’ve probably, hopefully, been there. One of those nights with mouthwateringly…
Admiral Hiram G. Rickover, the father of the US nuclear navy, was an eccentric genius. His interview tactics for screening candidates for the elite nuclear submarine programme were as excruciating as they were unorthodox.
Indeed, he is famous for saying, “The more you sweat in peace, the less you sweat in war,” and he ruthlessly applied the principle in his infamous stress interview process.
There was a method to the legendary madness: he wanted to evaluate his people under conditions of extreme stress — only those with superior qualifications could be considered.
Occasionally he would leap out of a closet…
I don’t really know Piers Morgan. Having never read any newspaper he was associated with during his editorial career or watched any of his TV shows including his most recent platform Good Morning Britain, Piers has always just been a kind of horrible pantomime villain to me.
A media boogeyman who has never actually captured my attention.
But recent events have brought him into everyone’s life, much more than a pantomime villain, he is apparently an absolute ogre. Perhaps even, the Mainstream Medias very own Voldemort or He Who Shall Not Be Named — of Harry Potter fame.
There is a lot of discussion around fees in the recruitment world at the moment. Rightly so, there is more competition than ever in many quarters and often the divine and god-like client organisations know they can squeeze a little to try and get a little more.
Why wouldn’t they, ultimately that’s commerce, or is it?
A famous art critic, philosopher and social thinker of the 1800s, allegedly said:
“It’s unwise to pay too much, but it’s worse to pay too little. When you pay too much, you lose a little money — that’s all. When you pay too little…
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