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Has LinkedIn made the CV obsolete?

These days many candidates ask me if they should even bother with a CV. Surely it’s enough just to flick an employer or recruiter an email with a link to their LinkedIn profile?While it might be tempting to go without a CV, I’d never recommend it.Why LinkedIn doesn’t do the same thing as a CVSay you’re applying for a job online - maybe through LinkedIn itself. So why wouldn’t you just save time and hassle and link to what you’ve already put out there? Well, for starters, I don’t think your…See More
Dec 2, 2016
Matthew Mayoh posted a blog post

Has LinkedIn made the CV obsolete?

These days many candidates ask me if they should even bother with a CV. Surely it’s enough just to flick an employer or recruiter an email with a link to their LinkedIn profile?While it might be tempting to go without a CV, I’d never recommend it.Why LinkedIn doesn’t do the same thing as a CVSay you’re applying for a job online - maybe through LinkedIn itself. So why wouldn’t you just save time and hassle and link to what you’ve already put out there? Well, for starters, I don’t think your…See More
Dec 1, 2016
A blog post by Matthew Mayoh was featured

Why Australia's not part of Asia when it comes to HR

When it comes to business, Australians are often encouraged to think of themselves as part of the Asia-Pacific, and many global businesses take the same approach. They choose just one centre for the whole of the region - sometimes Sydney or Melbourne, but more often Hong Kong or Singapore - and in it they place almost all senior decision makers, including the highest ranking HR professionals.  I’ve placed people around the world and all I can say is that I think these global businesses are…See More
Aug 31, 2016
Matthew Mayoh posted a blog post

Why Australia's not part of Asia when it comes to HR

When it comes to business, Australians are often encouraged to think of themselves as part of the Asia-Pacific, and many global businesses take the same approach. They choose just one centre for the whole of the region - sometimes Sydney or Melbourne, but more often Hong Kong or Singapore - and in it they place almost all senior decision makers, including the highest ranking HR professionals.  I’ve placed people around the world and all I can say is that I think these global businesses are…See More
Aug 30, 2016
Alison Forrest liked Matthew Mayoh's blog post Why HR Professionals Don't Interview Well
Aug 23, 2016
A blog post by Matthew Mayoh was featured

Who'd you hire? Clinton or Trump?

Here's a hypothetical for you: two Presidential candidates walk into the interview room for a job in a Sydney HR department. (At separate times, of course, we’re way past group assessments, especially for senior roles.) They present very differently, they communicate very differently and they promise to take your organisation down very different paths indeed.*The question is, who gets the job? Do you back the steadiness and poise of Ms Clinton? Or does the promise of excitement and…See More
Aug 23, 2016
Matthew Mayoh posted a blog post

Who'd you hire? Clinton or Trump?

Here's a hypothetical for you: two Presidential candidates walk into the interview room for a job in a Sydney HR department. (At separate times, of course, we’re way past group assessments, especially for senior roles.) They present very differently, they communicate very differently and they promise to take your organisation down very different paths indeed.*The question is, who gets the job? Do you back the steadiness and poise of Ms Clinton? Or does the promise of excitement and…See More
Aug 22, 2016
Megan Chalmers commented on Matthew Mayoh's blog post Why HR Professionals Don't Interview Well
"Well said! I know I am definitely guilty of 1, 2 and 5. Some good advice as well"
Aug 12, 2016
Megan Chalmers liked Matthew Mayoh's blog post Why HR Professionals Don't Interview Well
Aug 12, 2016
A blog post by Matthew Mayoh was featured

Why HR Professionals Don't Interview Well

You’d be excused for thinking that HR professionals would be expert interviewees. After all, isn’t a big part of their job supposed to be hiring people? Shouldn’t they know the questions that they’re going to be asked and the model responses to shoot back? And won’t they have a reasonable idea of exactly what a prospective employer is looking for and how to present themselves and their skills in the best possible light?That’s not my experience. In fact, sometimes the reverse is true. When it…See More
Aug 10, 2016
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Aug 9, 2016
Matthew Mayoh posted a blog post

Why HR Professionals Don't Interview Well

You’d be excused for thinking that HR professionals would be expert interviewees. After all, isn’t a big part of their job supposed to be hiring people? Shouldn’t they know the questions that they’re going to be asked and the model responses to shoot back? And won’t they have a reasonable idea of exactly what a prospective employer is looking for and how to present themselves and their skills in the best possible light?That’s not my experience. In fact, sometimes the reverse is true. When it…See More
Aug 9, 2016
Matthew Mayoh is now a member of HR Daily Community
Jul 26, 2016

Profile Information

What would you like to share about yourself?
I am a career recruitment professional with over 15 years experience in London and Sydney. The past decade has been dedicated to sourcing the best talent within the Human Resources profession.
Company website/blog
http://www.capabilityhr.com.au
Personal blog
http://www.capabilityhr.com.au/newsandviews
How many employees in your company?
1-49
What areas of HR are you particularly passionate about?
I recruit in Sydney for all specialist areas of HR and HR Generalist Positions.
What kind of networking are you open to?
Open networking, Referrals between friends, Very targeted/niche

Matthew Mayoh's Blog

What does Human Resources Business Partner really mean?

Posted on February 15, 2017 at 15:24 0 Comments

Our guide to HR’s most confusing role

The Human Resources Business Partner or HRBP. It’s a term that many companies have started to (mis)use and a career step many human resources professionals aspire to. But does anyone know exactly what it means? Or has it become so ambiguous that it’s lost meaning altogether? Find out in our guide to the most confusing role in HR.

As a specialist recruiter of HR professionals one thing I pride…

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Has LinkedIn made the CV obsolete?

Posted on December 1, 2016 at 10:53 0 Comments

These days many candidates ask me if they should even bother with a CV. Surely it’s enough just to flick an employer or recruiter an email with a link to their LinkedIn profile?

While it might be tempting to go without a CV, I’d never recommend it.

Why LinkedIn doesn’t do the same thing as a CV

Say you’re applying for a job online - maybe through LinkedIn itself. So why wouldn’t you just save time and hassle and link to what you’ve already put out there?…

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Why Australia's not part of Asia when it comes to HR

Posted on August 30, 2016 at 14:25 0 Comments

When it comes to business, Australians are often encouraged to think of themselves as part of the Asia-Pacific, and many global businesses take the same approach. They choose just one centre for the whole of the region - sometimes Sydney or Melbourne, but more often Hong Kong or Singapore - and in it they place almost all senior decision makers, including the highest ranking HR professionals.  

I’ve placed people around the world and all I can say is that I think these global…

Continue

Who'd you hire? Clinton or Trump?

Posted on August 22, 2016 at 16:06 0 Comments

Here's a hypothetical for you: two Presidential candidates walk into the interview room for a job in a Sydney HR department. (At separate times, of course, we’re way past group assessments, especially for senior roles.) They present very differently, they communicate very differently and they promise to take your organisation down very different paths indeed.*

The question is, who gets the job? Do you back the steadiness and poise of Ms…

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