Hunt & Co. was so proud to be a Category Partner for the 2022 Women in Digital Awards, powering the Employer of the Year category – an award recognising the importance of diversity in developing more innovative and inclusive companies to support the future pipeline of women in technology. This year, the Employer of the
Struggling to find great talent? Here are our top 8 techniques for building your talent pipeline and finding more candidates
It’s no secret that the market for digital talent is extremely tight right now. Once upon a time, posting a role to Seek or LinkedIn would result in streams of candidate applications – qualified and unqualified. Needless to say, the ‘post-it and they shall come’ approach worked, and it worked well. But now, global talent
Patrick FitzGerald, an accomplished Consultant and Director with 30+ years of experience in industry was recently interviewed in an article about the business case for gender diversity. “The problems laid out were all pointing towards one very clear, neat solution…. Hire more women!” – Patrick FitzGerald You can read the full article here.
Gender diversity. Two words you generally see plastered across a company’s Corporate Social Responsibility documentation or ‘Why Work With Us’ Careers page. Interestingly, it is not often you see the words ‘gender diversity’ in companies’ strategic business plans. An article on this very topic was recently published and it is well worth the read exploring
Diversity is the hottest topic of 2017, particularly in Tech. But not everyone knows how to approach it. There are many who would love to have an impact on the diversity at their company, or who have opinions on its importance – but who simply don’t know how to approach this topic without being overly
Truly great digital talent is getting harder to find. Here are the digital recruitment trends I’m predicting for 2017: An ever increasing reliance on team leader led recruitment. Team leaders will need to go double duty to get out and build their personal recruitment networks if their companies don’t support the use of digital recruitment
In my experience diversity has become a dirty word. It has been marred with overzealous diversity advocates who lack clarity about what diversity really stands for. I have been floored to be mandated with providing female candidates’ resumes only, something I will always push back on believing first and foremost in merit based recruitment. In