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There are tests around creativity, analytical skills and more – and young people can work out and test for themselves how good they are.” The platform also differs to traditional recruitment agencies as businesses can post up an unlimited number of roles, open days, industry events and other opportunities to connect with young people, after paying a subscription, rather than paying per role.
This is cost-effective and companies lacking the big budgets to do large scale graduate fairs nationally still have access to a pool of relevant talent which is tailored to them.
And even if the art of April Fool’s Day pranking is to make something slightly believable, yet still sufficiently unrealistic for anyone to believe, it made me think, that the creativity displayed on April 1st might serve enterprises better, if applied in real experiments.
Let me point out a couple of examples: demonstrates enough creativity to make you wonder, what these organizations could accomplish, if they coupled this creative desire with the right tools to allow them to rapidly create innovative prototypes to launch and test in the market.
Duncan said: “It is quick and easy to use, but the other key element is that if a young person does actively apply for a role they like but they are not up to it, we are able to give them direct feedback because we know what is in their profile through data points and algorithms.
While I had to play along with everything from my 8 year old daughter (who did, conservatively, 10 pranks on me during the day, all pretty harmless) to a colleague abandoning a promising IT career in favor of something completely different (not to disregard the art and profession of breakdancing, which he chose, in any way), some news related to how enterprises considered innovating, oftentimes related to either using or not using mobile technologies.
‘I wondered,’ Cassie wrote afterwards, ‘if she wasn’t used to women who had had IVF, but surely she sees lots of us – unless she’s new?
’ We never found out how experienced the sonographer was, but that element of the story became less important as Cassie continued her tale. ‘I said to her that I didn’t want my due date to be changed.
Another related prank, which formally wasn’t broken until April 7, plays on the recent Panama discoveries as well as the dating element – basically allowing you to set up a shelf company based on matching you with the right straw man, -style, in another large Scandinavian bank, involved in the case (video on Youtube).
While Nordea (the bank that was pranked) didn’t create the final prank on their own behalf (rather if was a satirical show with the Danish Broadcasting Corporation), both this and the examples from demonstrates enough creativity to make you wonder, what these organizations could accomplish, if they coupled this creative desire with the right tools to allow them to rapidly create innovative prototypes to launch and test in the market.