Recruiting Brainfood

Recruiting Brainfood is a weekly newsletter curated for recruiters and HR professionals, focusing on non-mainstream content. It covers emerging trends in recruiting, the impact of AI and technology, candidate experience, diversity and inclusion, and strategic insights into talent management, while fostering a community for knowledge sharing.

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The hottest Substack posts of Recruiting Brainfood

And their main takeaways
373 implied HN points 11 Feb 24
  1. The issue covers insights on the best universities for Artificial Intelligence, challenges faced by LinkedIn, and the importance of body fat percentages in the US Navy Seals.
  2. BrightHire Plan is highlighted as an innovative AI copilot for end-to-end interview planning, offering time-saving and inclusive job planning features.
  3. Various societal and economic topics are discussed, such as the impact of Generative AI, remote working, the economics of fertility, and the interpretation of the US's booming economy.
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805 implied HN points 13 Apr 23
  1. The future of publishing and community platforms may revolve around LinkedIn, Twitter, and Substack.
  2. Substack Notes is a new feature that got Elon Musk's attention and led to Twitter blocking the sharing of Substack links.
  3. Substack Notes offers an ad-free, spam-free environment for sharing thoughts and only shows content from those you subscribe to.
471 implied HN points 25 Jun 23
  1. Earn top talent's trust by focusing on transparency and fairness in candidate experience.
  2. Check out reports that offer insights on HR operating models and talent intelligence in recruiting.
  3. Consider the impact of digital nomadism trends and AI anxiety on creative professionals.
589 implied HN points 21 May 23
  1. Candidate experience is crucial for winning top talent in 2023, focusing on pillars like transparency, reciprocity, and unity.
  2. The WEF Future of Jobs report highlights regional variances in employment and the decline in real wages, impacting recruitment strategies.
  3. AI is transforming recruitment processes, from Google AI Search changing internet dynamics to AI assisting in automating hiring processes and message composition.
511 implied HN points 02 Apr 23
  1. 300 million white collar jobs are at risk of being fully replaced by Generative AI.
  2. AI's impact on economic growth is significant, potentially affecting job security.
  3. Twitter's recommendation algorithm offers insights into enhancing content reach and engagement.
569 implied HN points 05 Mar 23
  1. Maintain a multi-channel approach to audience building to mitigate risks of being removed from platforms like LinkedIn
  2. Stay informed about emerging trends like the Creator Economy and prioritize personal branding with effective LinkedIn headlines
  3. Recognize that platforms like TikTok are becoming increasingly influential, especially for Gen Z, impacting employer branding and recruitment strategies
530 implied HN points 26 Feb 23
  1. Earn top talent's trust by focusing on transparency, reciprocity, unity, speed, and truthfulness in the candidate experience.
  2. Study reports on candidate experience benchmarks and global HR tech to stay informed and improve recruitment operations.
  3. Consider the impact of remote work on local economies and explore the concept of Universal Basic Income as technology advances.
471 implied HN points 05 Feb 23
  1. Tech Pays EU project provides salary comparison tool for Europe
  2. How to Spot AI Generated Text is a valuable skill for recruiters
  3. Diversity in STEM 2023 report highlights workforce disparities and trends
452 implied HN points 12 Feb 23
  1. ChatGPT technology is influencing big tech companies like Google and Microsoft to pivot their product strategies.
  2. DEIB initiatives in hiring face challenges, such as politicization in the US, demonstrated by Texas potentially banning diversity measures.
  3. PwC's CEO survey reveals a focus on adapting to change: increasing internal flexibility, upskilling, and external collaboration.