One Tip To Improve Diversity Hiring: The Second Look Rule 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!

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: --- “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 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 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