Friday Five: No Theme, Just Good Links

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I couldn’t pick a theme for this week’s Friday Five so instead I offer you a grab bag of interesting links on company culture, Facebook advertising, employee engagement and, as always, a giant pin in the hot air balloon of millennial myths.

Well, let’s get on with it. Here are your Friday Five:

23 Industry & Candidate Insights Every Tech Recruiter NEEDS To Know

ERE shares 23 facts about the tech industry that recruiters should know. For example: “Only 15% of developers are actively looking for a job. BUT, a whopping 78% of developers are interested in hearing about new job opportunities.”

The Engagement Survey and The Democratization of Data

Should you make your engagement survey results public? Andy Porter at Fistful of Talent argues yes. He says that being open with this data will help the industry better understand talent and lead to better outcomes for both employers and employees.

Millennial Myth-Busting

Ahh, my favourite topic. Unpacking generational myths. The HR Gazette tackles that most beloved of contemporary generation myths: the lazy, entitled, disruptive millennial.

Why Culture Is No Longer A Nice To Have When Driving Business Strategy

Chantal Bechervaise at Take It Personel-ly argues that company culture is not a nice extra, it’s a core part of your business strategy. After all, how can you achieve your goals if you don’t intimately understand how your company functions and what your organizational strengths and weaknesses are?

How Facebook Became an Advertising Behemoth

You know how important Facebook can be to an advertising or recruiting campaign. But how did it position itself as such a big player in online advertising?

and finally, a bonus read:

Talent Management Is Going to the Dogs

Literally.

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