Chemistry Blog

Google’s ‘Blanket Rule’ Excludes Talent and Limits Potential

Mick Lock, Head of Product at The Chemistry Group, considers whether companies like Google are (more…)

Jun, 06, 2017

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Working for a scared business? Probably.

There are two numbers ever-present in my mind right now. I came across them in (more…)

May, 30, 2017

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Seeing the Unseen

Predicting Football Performance at Reading Football Club   “We don’t know enough about our players (more…)

May, 24, 2017

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Predicting Football Performance at Reading Football Club

“We don’t know enough about our players – we’re knocking on doors we don’t know (more…)

May, 24, 2017

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Politicians should be psychometrically tested

It would be advantageous for everyone if our politicians took psychometric tests and shared the (more…)

May, 19, 2017

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Stammering and Me

I’ve had a stammer for as long as I can remember. A younger me would’ve (more…)

May, 19, 2017

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What to do when: your candidates are also your customers

‘Your candidates are your customers’ could not ring truer than in retail and hospitality. A (more…)

May, 18, 2017

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Hiring Manager Sins – No.1: Hiring Your Mates

Speak to any in-house recruiter about hiring manager sins and every single one will roll (more…)

May, 17, 2017

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Can Chemistry solve the productivity puzzle?

Ah, productivity. Technically speaking, the rate of output per unit of input. In other words, (more…)

May, 15, 2017

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