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As promised, this is my second post in my Future Series! I want to focus on the future of work and will be interested in your thoughts. So what does the future hold for work? And how does this affect you and me? First and foremost, I believe individuals will experience more choice and more...
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“The internet lets you return to your village roots. But now you can choose who lives in the village with you.” Kevin Wheeler’s comment was made during a debate about privacy in the TruLondon Masterclass, “Social Media Fascists and Mobile Evangelists”. His premise is that many of us grew up in small villages and thought...
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Every school holiday my parents either made me stay with a French family or a British family. Whenever my schools or our town took part in an exchange and needed a bed for foreign guests, we opened our doors.  My parents enabled me – in all dimensions – to travel, be it to study a...
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WARNING: THIS BLOG CONTAINS IMAGES OF CLOWNS AND SPIDERS. IF THIS IS LIKELY TO INDUCE NIGHTMARES, PANIC ATTACKS, SWEARING OR SWEATING, PLEASE ONLY CONTINUE READING THIS BLOG AT YOUR OWN RISK. THE AUTHOR CANNOT BE HELD LIABLE FOR ANY OF THE ABOVE OR ANY OTHER NEGATIVE EFFECTS YOU MIGHT EXPERIENCE. When our new TV creative...
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‘Emotional recession’ is a beautiful, yet dark and heavy phrase – but it’s not mine. It came from our research agency, HPI. It describes the state of individuals currently: After the economical recession, people are feeling battered and they’re going through their own emotional recession. We found the same when we at Jobsite were conducting...
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That’s what Bill Boorman tweeted about my guest post for Jessica Miller-Merrell : @blogging4jobs Great post. i love that you met @FelixWetzel at #trulondon and Felix met @sexythinker at #truNora and #truManchester And I have to agree, the #truevents combined with Twitter are a potent combination that have sparked so many different connections and cooperation....
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Several of my blog posts include some of Clay Vajgrt’s ‘SuperMonk’ paintings. As he’s a one of my best friends and as it’s his birthday today, I thought I’d let him tell you a little more about his SuperMonks. SuperMonks “We sit in a circle and suppose, while the secret sits in the middle and...
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In February this year, I participated in TRULondon – an unconference about recruiting. On the second day I attended a track with Jessica Merell and Rayanne Thorn about blogging. I was very skeptical about the value of it and even a little dismissive when they exclaimed that “blogging is a little bit like therapy”.  That...
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Last week I praised companies such as Amazon, EBay, Glassdoor & Reevoo – as recommendations are playing such a big part in their business model and in the satisfaction the individual receives. It’s fantastic and hopefully an inspiration for more companies to give individuals a platform to voice their praise & their concerns. An inspiration...
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So, I recently moved house. It wasn’t the smoothest of experiences. The @HRD‘s tweet “Is it unreasonable to expect people to do their f***ing jobs? Clearly I must be old fashioned….” describes the people I was dealing with and my feelings towards them quite precisely. I had to fight the urge to fire off some...
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