One Tip To Improve Diversity Hiring: The Second Look Rule

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8k775-TKJK8 In this video I talk about how one small habit has the potential for a big impact to making diverse hires. I also discuss the importance of understanding unconscious bias and putting a framework in place to ensure fairness in your hiring process.

What Recruiting Was Like in 2020 (In GIFs)

RECRUITERS! This one's for you 😁 I worked the good folks at LinkedIn to think about what recruiting has been like in 2020. Naturally, the post is packed with GIFs. Enjoy! https://business.linkedin.com/talent-solutions/blog/recruiting-humor-and-fun/2020/recruiter-look-back-at-year-with-gifs

How Running 1,000km in 2020 Saved My Sanity

I published a new article today on LinkedIn discussing how running has helped me get through 2020. It's a short read and below is a short excerpt from the opening. Article here: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-running-1000km-2020-saved-my-sanity-joe-burridge/?published=t --- “Running teaches us that we are capable of so much more than we ever imagined” - PattiSue Plumer One of my … Continue reading How Running 1,000km in 2020 Saved My Sanity

Recruiter Advice: Agency to In-House

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BMBC7TNatWg&feature=youtu.be Unfortunately I'm currently seeing many agency recruiters losing their jobs right now and felt like I should share my learnings of making the transition from agency to in-house. I have also shared some links below you might find interesting and useful. 12 Differences Between Agency and In-House Recruiting https://business.linkedin.com/talent-... 1 Year At Hudl. What … Continue reading Recruiter Advice: Agency to In-House

Job Application Tips in 60 Seconds

Back in November, I created a Job Application Tips In 60 Seconds series on my YouTube channel and now as we head into a new month/year/decade you might be thinking about applying for a new job. I have summarised the five videos below, let me know if you find the advice useful! THE COVER LETTER … Continue reading Job Application Tips in 60 Seconds

Guest Appearance on the Talk Talent To Me Podcast

When I joined Electronic Arts in September 2017, it meant saying goodbye to my life in Central London. Getting the tube to work every day meant I could blast through so many books and articles (I was one of those people who would read my Kindle one-handed even when crushed between a few dozen other … Continue reading Guest Appearance on the Talk Talent To Me Podcast

Why You Should Write (Even If No One Reads It)

Louis L’Amour - “Start writing, no matter what. The water does not flow until the faucet is turned on” My sister Becky has been suffering from Ehlers–Danlos syndrome for the past 4 years. It’s an incredibly debilitating condition and one where we know very little about the cause or, more importantly, the cure. It’s a … Continue reading Why You Should Write (Even If No One Reads It)

Why Recruiters Should Eat Dog Food

Joe Gebbia (Co-Founder of Airbnb) - “You use it yourself; you eat your own dog food. Every time we do that, we discover something that we can improve” I want to be clear from the start that “dogfooding” is a metaphor and I won’t be held liable for any recruiters who, after reading this article, use … Continue reading Why Recruiters Should Eat Dog Food