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Nope it’s is not your usual drinks and chat at the bar as you celebrate getting over hump day, it’s the subjects of some of our most popular articles from our blog this year.
If you missed them earlier, now is the perfect time to catch up. And if you’ve read them before, what better way to cap off the year than to relive some of these favourites that totally rocked your world!
Here we go, the top 10 most read articles of 2018:
Sourcing for candidates can be overwhelming, and we don’t blame you if your brain’s a little sluggish from time to time. Here’s a refresher from one of ATC’s favourite people Shannon Pritchett.
A lack of diversity is driven by an exclusive culture & we can’t move forward until we change our meritocratic-based hiring practices says ATC2018 speaker Aubrey Blanche.
Employers have cried foul and called this legal case a “kick in the gut” and accused the worker for double dipping. If you are into labour hire, ATC Squad’s James Witcombe reckons this is a case you need to follow.
Trevor Vas has seen his fair share of Hiring Managers who demand purple unicorns & want them by lunch time. He lets in on what he’s learnt from them.
Are Talent pools suitable for all industries? Are they worth all the effort? Jon Bowker from Roy Hill debunks some myths and explains more.
Graduate recruitment can be a testing ground for corporate hiring practices – so Talent professionals should keep a close watch on these emerging trends says Grace Kerrison.
The conversations on A.I.-powered recruitment tech are already shifting as we begin to see actual positive results from companies using them. Are you ready? Trevor Vas shares more.
There you have it – the top 10 most read articles from the ATC blog. Thank you so much to all our incredible contributors who have been so generous with their time and for sharing their knowledge with the community. Thank you to all you readers out there too for reading and sharing our content.
We look forward to bringing you more fresh and exciting content in 2019!
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