Amazon is guided by four principles: customer obsession rather than competitor focus, passion for invention, commitment to operational excellence, and long-term thinking. We are driven by the excitement of building technologies, inventing products, and providing services that change lives. We embrace new ways of doing things, make decisions quickly, and are not afraid to fail. We have the scope and capabilities of a large company, and the spirit and heart of a small one.
Too Much has Changed for Brands to go Backwards
Tom Chesterton and Mark Horley of Tonic took to the stage at the Resourcing Leaders Summit at Whitstable Castle. Speaking about the future of brands and how the rules have changed from a brand and marketing point of view!
Unfiltered Voices from our Student Panel!
At the inaugural Future.Talent, we went directly to the source and staged an exclusive Student Panel where we asked how they are taking their first steps into the working world, adapting amidst a pandemic! The panel focused on the different experiences of four students who are currently job seeking or have recently found a career. The students came from a range of universities and subjects studied.
Beyond the Labels
Jurgen Donaldson and Theresa Clarke join Emma Freivogel on the Innovation Circus stage to share their personal experience of disability and the criminal justice system and make the human and business case for looking ‘beyond the labels’ and broadening your definition of diversity.
Dropping the Mic on Social Mobility
Join Shakira and Jamala as they share the Future.Talent stage in an honest discussion that centres around Social Mobility. They will be discussing the impact the past 12 months has had on students, the implications of this from a social mobility perspective and how TA’s can now make a bigger impact than ever.
The Opportunity Gap
Nearly every consultancy you speak with will tell you there’s a skills gap coming – some go as far as a “skills apocalypse”. Most of us are already finding it harder to recruit the skills we need for our organisations, and many of us accept we need to grow our own talent in-house. However, the challenge is doing that while still focusing on BAU work, the ED&I agenda and our future growth strategies.
Like Referrals. But better. A Case Study with Ocado…
Join Steve Rodgers (International Recruitment Manager @ Ocado Technology) and Barney Mellors (Head of Customer Success @ Real Links) as they detail how the Real Link’s platform revolutionised the concept of what referrals are in Ocado, and, what they can achieve by driving real behavioural change.
Steve and Barney also dive into the significant impact the tool had on employee advocacy through their content-sharing functionality.
We have an extensive collection of market-leading event brands focused exclusively on in-house recruiting, resourcing & talent acquisition. Ranging from 10 person lunches with the UK’s most influential resourcing community, the RL100, to full-blown recruitment festivals with over 3,000+ professionals (RecFest), we have something for you. Let’s talk!