So – seriously recruiters! … do a trawl of the web for GDPR because you want to “gen-up”, protect your candidate pipeline, marketing strategies and sanity!
Lots to read about GDPR, webinars on GDPR, doom, gloom, admin, ops, restrictions, tears!
Not much of it positive – all of it pretty dull! Even the term GDPR – “General Data Protection Regulations” – instils me with… well, nothing!
How on Earth Can We Make GDPR Exciting!?
I’m a passionate creature who tries to see the good in everything – and even without caffeine my team and clients will testify to me being a happy puppy about most things. Even GDPR – yes, I see it as a great opportunity – a positive chance to get recruiters recruiting again, and not just placing and invoicing.
But the web is littered with really boring / snoring (not rip-roaring) content on GDPR for recruiters – so we got our heads together, and came up with some acronyms which may lighten your “GDPR” load and get you in the mood to read our other (very interesting I might add) blogs and listen to our Podcast on GDPR… oh! And we recorded a webinar with the lovely Broadbean – all about GDPR…
UK Recruiter and Barclay Jones Join Forces for More GDPR Wisdom!
I got together with Louise Triance for a great RecruiterZone Crowdcast episode all about GDPR, business growth, and why it’s not just about covering your arse – it’s about creating the recruitment business you’ve always wanted!
- Practical tips for keeping your data
- How to move into BAU after GDPR hits
- What you need to think about now and steps you need to take to become compliant
GDPR – What does it really mean?
- Geothermal Damage by Plundering Recruiters
- Giant Dingo with Paws Raised
- Golden Dangling Protracted Radishes
- Grinding Down Perfect Resourcers
- Global Desire to Place Randomly
I came up with a couple that were a little too pornographic to add to this blog (and from an SEO perspective would have attracted the wrong hits to our website!)
GDPR! What a God Damn Protection Racket
We run GDPR workshops for recruitment businesses who need to get a handle on GDPR and develop their own roadmap to compliance and growth in 2018.