This Week in Talent (4 Jun)

This week we have a list of 12 best contact finding chrome extensions, how Schneider Electric amped up internal mobility within their workforce, one of the least crappy job ads we have seen in a while by Who Gives a Crap, and more!

The 12 best contact finding chrome extensions

Excellent listicle of some of the most popular tools used by your peers today to find contacts. Definitely check them out.

6 tactics Schneider Electric used to amp up internal mobility

One of the things they did was to create their own internal “gig economy” – is that a workforce within a workforce? We are blown away. Have a read.

Open role: Talent Lead at Who Gives a Crap

Probably one of the least crappy job ads we have seen in a while. If you are looking for your next role, check it out. If you are after inspiration for your next job ad, check it out too.

18 fresh Zoom background ideas

Since some of us are doing way too much video calling, we might as well have some fun while at it. The Millennium Falcon interior looks super cool and the Central Perk background brings back fond Friends memories. Go ahead have a play.

The ultimate list of life-changing experiments to try if you feel stuck and want to change your life

We love this one – measure one day of your life based on two metrics: did you learn one new thing and did you inspire/help one person? Not sure about getting fired from your job after six months the first time you become a leader. But hey, to each their own, right?

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