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The Tech Recruitment Show is designed to be a no holds barred discussion on all things recruitment. Each week, you'll hear from experts who are on the front lines and filling roles, sharing their personal perspective on recruitment, the future of hiring and much more.
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We're back with a bang and a brand new episode of the Tech Recruitment Show and to kick us off for Season 3, we're joined by Mani Sunner, Recruitment Manager - Head Office Ops, Next.Talking us through how she got where she is today, Mani shares her journey into the world of recruitment, as well as the lessons she's learned along the way. What's more, Mani tells us how to manage teams effectively whilst working from home (hint: getting outside and taking regular breaks are key) and discusses why the BNO Visa should be getting more buy-in from employers.You can reach out to Mani here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/mani-sunner-cipd-80a86556/ As always, if you have any questions or queries, please email 'hello@hackajob.co' and we'll get in touch! 
For our final, festive recording of The Tech Recruitment Show this year, we decided to have none other than #teamhackajob join us for a bumper episode!Featuring our Co-Founder & CEO Mark Chaffey, Head of Customer Success, Darren Ellicott, Marketing Lead, Daisy Kent and Head of Talent, Phil Kell, in this live recording we discuss what a year it's been, our professional highlights of 2020 and of course; all things tech recruitment. What's more, we give our predictions for 2021 and share a sneak preview of what's to come from hackajob next year. As always, if you have any questions about this episode, please email 'hello@hackajob.co' and we'll get back to you. Intro and outro music by: R.Tists for Christmas - Deck the Halls and belongs to R.Tists for Christmas by copyright. 
In this week's episode of The Tech Recruitment Show, we're joined by Peter Ockwell, Recruitment Business Partner, Raytheon UK. Telling us about his personal journey into Raytheon UK, Peter talks to us about something he is incredibly passionate about; Diversity and Inclusion. Sharing what Raytheon are doing from a recruitment perspective to remove bias in the interview process, Peter also gives insight into Raytheon's recent Women In Cyber Academy programme and discusses why it was such a resounding success. You can reach out to Peter here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/peter-ockwell-7977a475/ If you have any questions about today's episode, you can reach out to us via 'hello@hackajob.co'. 
In this week's episode, we're joined by Kayleigh Rainford (Assoc CIPD), People and Recruitment Manager, Envitia. Telling us about how she got where she is today, Kayleigh shares her background, including her studies in human resources and how she achieved her CIPD qualification. Introducing us to Envitia, Kayleigh shares the incredible culture they have there and discusses why we should all be working hours that work for us, instead of a standard 9-5. What's more, Kayleigh goes deeper into the topic of flexibility and chats about why candidate engagement and employee retention is of the utmost importance. You can reach out to Kayleigh here: https://bit.ly/363Yp4o If you have any questions about this episode, please email 'hello@hackajob.co' and we'll get back to you. 
For this week's episode of The Tech Recruitment Show, we're joined by none other than Becky O'Farrell, Technology Recruitment Partner, Covéa Insurance. A passionate advocate for D&I, Becky is a huge supporter of inclusion in the workplace and talks to us about why she champions coding bootcamps in particular. Sharing what Covéa are doing to make their workplace more equal, we hear why having considered, trusted partnerships is a vital part of the recruitment function at Covéa. What's more, Becky chats through how she got where she is today, her thoughts on how to create brilliant experiences for candidates and what she thinks the future of hiring may look like post-COVID-19. You can reach out to Becky here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/beckyhonour/If you have any questions about this episode, please email 'hello@hackajob.co' and we'll get back to you. 
This week, we're joined by none other than Zach Blew, Global Brand Partnerships Manager, Employer Brand, Facebook. Discussing how he got where he is today, Zach talks to us about how his father inspired him to get a career he truly loves and why a good career is like a good mattress; you have to have one.Sharing his expertise on employer brand VS employee brand, Zach takes us through why people believe in people and not brands, as well as the trends he's seen with 'review culture'.  What's more, Zach explains how by giving your people the tools they need to share their expertise, they can influence their wider networks which can, in turn, bring others to your organisation. You can reach out to Zach here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/zach-blew-9bb21472/ If you have any questions about this episode, please email 'hello@hackajob.co' and we'll get back to you!
We're kicking off our second week of Season 2 with Michael Whale, Talent Acquisition Team Lead, SG Digital. A passionate advocate for the talent community, Michael takes us through how he got where he is today and introduces us to SG Digital and the work they do in the tech and gaming space. Sharing his thoughts on working with the gambling industry as a whole, Michael explains how SG Digital are supporters of regulated gambling only and how they're committed to ensuring the safety and security of players. What's more, he discusses how SG Digital have created a virtual onboarding strategy that works and shares his top tips for success at this time. You can reach out to Michael here: https://bit.ly/34Vs4MD If you have any questions about this episode, please email 'hello@hackajob.co' and we'll be in touch shortly. 
It's time for Season 2 of The Tech Recruitment Show and in this week's episode, we're joined by Mark Nevins, President, Nevins Consulting, Inc. An advisor and coach to CEO's, future CEO's, their teams and boards, Mark is truly one of the most interesting people we've had on the show to date. Talking to us about how he got where he is today, Mark shares his thoughts on why start-ups are like a traditional village (think campfires and all) and how sometimes, you can hire the right person, for the wrong job. What's more, Mark discusses not only how to be an effective boss, but how to help your manager become a better one and chats through why you should look at your current role as a project VS a long term career. You can reach out to Mark here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nevinsconsulting/ You can purchase Mark's best-selling book here: https://amzn.to/3nkpUyi If you have any questions about this episode, please email 'hello@hackajob.co' and we'll get back to you. 
In this week's episode of the Tech Recruitment Show, we're joined by Sarah-Emily Oades, Global Director of Talent, AMBOSS. Discussing how she got where she is today, Sarah-Emily takes us through her approach to the talent sector and shares how and why organisations can be more engaged in D&I. What's more, Sarah-Emily talks about the impact of Brexit on the talent sector in the UK and explains how repatriation could affect the UK. You can reach out to Sarah-Emily here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seoades/ If you have any questions about this episode, please email 'hello@hackajob.co'. 
In this weeks episode, we're joined by none other than Marc Douch, Recruiting Manager, Starling Bank. Telling us how he got where he is today, Marc talks to us about the rise of the neobanks and shares what makes Starling Bank stand out from the crowd. Discussing why it's important to understand engineers and their pain points before you start recruiting for them, Marc notes how this can then help to prove the effectiveness of the recruitment arm of a business in general. Finally, Marc shares what he thinks the future of hiring may look like, both at Starling Bank and for the wider market. You can reach out to Marc here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/marcdouch/ If you have any questions about this weeks episode, please email 'hello@hackajob.co'. 
For our 20th episode, we're joined by none other than Sean Allen, Recruitment Manager, D&I Champion and Squad Lead, BJSS and SPARCK. Taking us through how he got started in the world of recruitment, Sean shares his thoughts on the world of work and why having a good work/life balance is crucial; especially at this time. Discussing his role as D&I Champion, Sean talks about why we should be challenging age-old processes in the workplace and puts forward some questions that businesses should ask themselves in order to future-proof their diversity and inclusion strategies. Of course, we couldn't record a podcast with Sean without mentioning DBR. Chatting to us about how it works, Sean tells us why it's such a useful resource for in-house recruiters. You can reach out to Sean via LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/seanallen1linkedin/And Twitter here: https://twitter.com/SAllenTech If you have any questions about this week's show, please email 'hello@hackajob.co' and we'll get back to you. 
For this week's episode, we're joined by one of our favourite guests from across the pond, in the form of Raj Subrameyer! An international keynote speaker, author and tech career coach who specialises in helping people land their dream job, Raj has done it all. Talking to us about how he started out, Raj takes us through his colourful career journey from software developer to international speaker; despite his insistence that he's 'just an average guy'. What's more, we hear from Raj and our host Darren as they speak about the subject of racism in the workplace and explain why we all have a responsibility to do better and speak out against injustices, no matter where they take place. You can reach out to Raj via his website: https://www.rajsubra.com/Preorder Raj's book: https://mailchi.mp/rajsubra/skyrocketyourcareer 
In this week's episode, we're joined by non-other than Steve Cadigan, Talent Hacker and Advisor. Telling us about how he got where he is today, Steve walks us through his career history and explains how he went from working for large organisations such as LinkedIn and Cisco in the late '90s to his current role as Talent Hacker and Strategist. What's more, Steve provides his words of wisdom for those working in HR at this time, reflects on how the current Coronavirus pandemic could influence the overall working culture for the better and shares his two cents on overcoming fear of failure. You can reach out to Steve here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/cadigan/Visit Steve's website here: https://stevecadigan.com/ If you have any questions or queries, please email 'hello@hackajob.co' and we'll be in touch. 
It's time for another episode of The Tech Recruitment Show and this week, we're joined by Kyle Elliott, Career and Life Coach. Based in California, Kyle tells us about what life is really like for the recruitment industry in the USA (we're looking at you Silicon Valley) and provides insight into his role on the prestigious Forbes Coaching Council. Offering advice for those in the tech industry wanting to change their careers in the current climate, Kyle also discusses his thoughts on how to make networking work for you, as well as what tech recruitment could look like in a post-COVID era. You can reach out to Kyle here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/kylecromerelliott/Visit Kyle's website here: https://caffeinatedkyle.com/ As always, if you have any comments or queries, please email 'hello@hackajob.co' and we'll be in touch. 
What would you do without fear of failure? It's what this week's guest Rachel Cross asks us, as we sit down once again for another episode of The Tech Recruitment Show.A self-described Chief Business Sherpa and Freelance Career Strategist, Rachel has done it all. Drawing on her experience working for a large tech company, Rachel talks us through why your job should work for you (instead of the other way round) and offers her advice on making a career switch later in life. What's more, Rachel gives us her two cents on graduate schemes and internships and shares how people of all ages can get the career of their dreams. You can reach out to Rachel here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rachelkcross/ If you have any queries, please email 'hello@hackajob.co' and we'll be in touch. 
It's our 15th episode and this week, we're joined by Elena Agaragimova, Founder & Talent Specialist, Agar Global and Managing Partner at Bessern. An expert in workplace productivity, Elena discusses the importance of mental health in working culture, as well as her top tips for avoiding burnout. Talking through her thoughts on how to get those all-important tasks completed (especially when not working in the office), Elena shares how to 'hack' working from home and really get the most from your teams; particularly at this time. You can reach out to Elena here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/elenaagaragimova/ If you have any queries, please email 'hello@hackajob.co' and we'll be in touch. 
This week, we're joined by Casey Walker, Head of Talent Branding, Contino. Someone who really knows his stuff, Casey gives us an insider view on life at Contino, including their engineering-led approach to recruitment. Encouraging listeners to follow the 'start fast, fail fast' mentality in order to learn and iterate at pace, Casey explains what he and his team do from an EVP perspective in order to attract top talent. Taking us through recruitment marketing at Contino, Casey also highlights their employer experience roadmap and offers his advice for recruiters looking to hire technical talent, who may not necessarily be experts in the field. You can reach out to Casey here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/caseywalkerdevops/Learn more about Contino here: https://www.contino.io/aboutIf you have any questions or queries, please email 'hello@hackajob.co' and we'll be in touch. 
This week, we're joined by Brenden Kumarasamy, Founder of MasterTalk. A multi-hyphenate who helps people overcome their fear of public speaking in order to communicate better with the world, Brenden is a coaching powerhouse. Discussing how recruiters can move from the 'comfort' zone to the 'confidence' zone, Brenden walks us through what businesses should be doing in the current climate to gain a competitive edge and still attract top tech talent. What's more, Brenden walks us through his own personal journey (including his life as a former VC), shares his recommendations for securing trust and buy-in from the top and gives his two cents on what he thinks the world of recruitment may look like, post COVID-19. You can reach out to Brenden here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/brendenkumarasamy/If you have any queries, please email 'hello@hackajob.co' and a member of the team will get back to you. 
In this week's LIVE episode, we're joined by not one, but two guests, in the form of Kathryn Gilchrist, Head of Global Talent Acquisition and Suzi Stewart, Digital Services Recruitment Manager - both from Kainos! Responsible for Kainos' amazing recruitment success, Kathryn and Suzi take us through their individual career journeys and discuss how they got where they are today. What's more, we get to learn about working life at Kainos, including how their CEO Brendan knows everyone's name and ensures that company culture is one of the highest priorities.We also get to hear about Kainos' incredible work with NHS Digital and Public Health England, which has been instrumental in the fight against COVID-19; as well as Kathryn and Suzi's personal recommendations for getting digital transformation projects off the ground in your own organisation. You can reach out to Kathryn here: https://bit.ly/3kfdyGoYou can reach out to Suzi here: https://bit.ly/3keYnNjLearn more about the brilliant work Kainos are doing here: https://www.kainos.com/what-we-do If you have any questions or queries, make sure to reach out to 'hello@hackajob.co' and we'll get back to you. 
In this week's episode, we're joined by Rosemarie Wilson, Mindset and Leadership Coach, Pragmatica Coaching. A speaker, mentor and advocate for women in tech, Rosemarie is an absolute powerhouse and definitely one of our favourite guests that we've had on the show. Discussing why career coaching in early life is so important, Rosemarie takes us through her own work journey; from becoming disillusioned with the corporate world all the way through to retraining, honing her craft and starting her own coaching business. What's more, Rosemarie and Darren chat about the glass ceiling and how detrimental it is, why businesses need to be making space for women in their organisations and how we as individuals have a responsibility to help young people uncover what they're actually interested in and give them the tools to get there. You can reach out to Rosemarie here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/rosemarieywilson/ Visit Rosemarie's website here: https://www.pragmaticacoaching.com/ Listen to Rosemarie's live coaching session for 'Women in Tech': https://womenintech.virtualconference.com/#/event (you'll need to register first in order to watch the video)If you have any comments or queries, make sure to reach out via 'hello@hackajob.co' and we'll be in touch. 
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