The Clash said it best: "should I stay or should I go?". They may have been talking about a relationship, but the question is just as relevant here too. There often comes a time in a creative's life, when they're working
Sometimes mistakes happen, but it's how you respond to them and treat your employees that really matters. Here from Steph about an experience she's had on the matter.
It's easy to leave your unsuccessful candidates a quick note telling them the bad news, but you can really make a difference in a candidate's career journey by being a bit more human! Here are some tips:
Creative Natives are fortunate to work across both in-house and agency roles. One of the best parts of the job is talking to 100's of candidates each month from both environments. And we often get asked which is better.
We partnered with HoMie, a streetwear clothing social enterprise that donates 100% of profits to support people experiencing homelessness or hardship, to deliver a series of workshops for young people participating in our Creative Academy.
As Melbourne braced for lockdown .2.5, Creative Natives were keen to hear from the Melbourne community to see who had been their hero of lockdown and helped them get through this period.
2020 will forever be known as the year of the Zoom and keeping with this theme we decided to host a series of webinars to help share ideas and views from senior leaders.
Creatives Natives strongly supports looking for talent from all walks of life. How can advertising and marketing agencies be offering anything unique if they keep hiring the same people?