As the world starts to bubble with Rajeeb Dey’s #unrecruitment revolution – official WEF blog here - you’d be forgiven for thinking he couldn’t possibly have time for another Davos Diary. ESPECIALLY considering he’s going to be on France 24 tomorrow at 16:10, debating the issues around the ‘lost generation’ of job-seekers (which you can stream here). Well, you’d be wrong. Very wrong.
Against the backdrop of 75 million young unemployed, Rajeeb Dey, CEO of Enternships.com has spoken out against traditional recruitment methods in front of world and business leaders at the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos, Switzerland. He shared his insights into the limitations of the traditional employment process, as well introducing new concepts to break the endless cycle of rejection that most candidates face.
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Not only has Enternships CEO Rajeeb Dey unleashed his new concept designed to shake up the world of recruitment upon the world, he’s also STILL found time to write us his exclusive Davos diary. Want an insight into the goings on of this year’s World Economic Forum? Read on.
It has begun! As this year’s World Economic Forum kicks off in seriously snowy style, we’re excessively proud to follow our leader Rajeeb Dey (@rajdey) as he not only attends, but speaks as one of the official Young World Leaders. Get the insider look at the week-long global event from his exclusive diary, as he prepares his talk on Training For Recruitment; rallying the entrepreneurial troops from around the world…
As we’re no doubt all aware, The World Economoic Forum (Davos 2013, to its mates) kicks off on the 23rd Jan, packed to the brim with amazing conferences around business, culture and politics. But within the usual brain-bran of the world’s economic state, the upcoming changes in education and the problem of unemployment, there are some weird and wonderful topics being addressed. Our pick of the most intriguing? Read on.
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At the end of this month, the business and political elite from around the world will meet in the (no-doubt wildly sunny) Davos, Switzerland for Davos 2013, otherwise known as the annual World Economic Forum; a week-long conference where policy makers, culture creators and global decision makers discuss the state of the economy, creativity at large and the present and future of how we Do Stuff Together. So what can we tell about the world from this year’s agenda?