EmploymentHuman ResourcesRecruitmentSourcing

Just a formality

It’s safe to say that my working demeanor has somewhat relaxed since entering the rec to rec arena. This probably speaks to my client base. Previously, I was trying to bring some legitimacy to my unsolicited approach of property managers and architects. This meant looking like a Hallensteins mannequin and…
Scott Burnett
June 20, 2019
EmploymentJob BoardsRecruitmentSourcing

We’re All F*cking Doomed

History has shown that given enough time, logic and reason trumps superstition and conjecture. Until science discovered bacteria, we believed that the only thing to make us sick was "Miasma" in the air. Likewise, it was once common knowledge that what a pregnant woman stared at dictated the physical characteristics…
Sean Walters
June 13, 2019
EmploymentHuman ResourcesRecruitment

Leaving a Role You Love

Breaking up is never easy, but somehow feels even more difficult when nobody's been wronged. It's incredibly hard to sit down with someone you're fond of, who you genuinely like and respect, and end your relationship. "It's not you, it's me," you fumble. "No, you've not done anything wrong. Nothing's…
Natasha Foster
June 6, 2019
EmploymentRecruitment

Grinding Gears

I’ve been a bit crook this week but fear not, I’m at the stage where I have successfully transmitted my cooties to those around me. Working in a shared space is awesome, when you’re sick it’s like that scene at the end of The Planet of The Apes; where the…
Scott Burnett
May 30, 2019
Uncategorized

Dress for Success

Dressing for success is the modern equivalent of 'clothes maketh the man'. A similar expression was common among the ancient Greeks - "The garment makes the man" - and reared its head in England as early as the 16th century, in the form of "apparel makes the man." Humans have had a…
Natasha Foster
May 16, 2019
EmploymentRecruitment

Recruiter Networks

The best thing my ol man said he did with his money was enrolling me and my brother into Victoria College. An Educational institution steeped in tradition that taught us important lessons not just in the classroom but installing all students with a specific set of values; ‘manners maketh man’…
Scott Burnett
May 9, 2019
EmploymentHuman Resources

Baby-Making & Work

I turned 31 in March, which seems to be the precise age people's vernacular shifts from, "Are you going to have kids? Oh, you should!" to "Are you pregnant yet? Start trying. NOW. You don't want to leave it too late!" Gentle rebuttals that I'm happy child-free and not entirely…
Natasha Foster
April 25, 2019