Penis Swastika Logo?


This episode is NSFW... So ut the kids away for this one and cozy up with that fire. The boys are discussing:

- Slack's new Penis Swastika logo

- Accenture screws over CBP and taxpayers

- Ladders sucks at innovation

- Glassdoor expands to New Zealand, Singapore and Hong Kong

- Gillette's new toxic masculinity ad campaign

- China's military problem: masturbation and video games

Your eardrums are going to need a thorough cleaning. Enjoy, and give our sponsors some love: Sovren, Canvas and JobAdX.

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Announcer: Hide your kids, lock the doors. You're listening to HR's most dangerous podcast, Chad Sowash and Joel Cheesman are here to punch the recruiting industry right where it hurts. Complete with breaking news, brash opinion, and loads of snark. Buckle up, boys and girls. It's on for The Chad & Cheese Podcast.

Joel: This episode is definitely not safe for work. Let's get that out of the way right now. Welcome to the weekly episode of The Chad and Cheese Podcast, HR's most dangerous duo. I'm Joel Cheesman.

Chad: And I'm Chad not safe for work Sowash.

Joel: On this week's show, Ladders, the artist formerly known as The Ladders, takes innovation down to the bottom rung, Gillette shows off its softer side, and swastika penises.

Chad: What?

Joel: Yeah. You heard that right. You'll need to stay tuned to find out exactly what the hell we're talking about, but first, a word from our advertiser Sovren.

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Joel: Boom. Yeah. It's about to get real up in this piece. Let's go to shout outs.

Chad: There it is. Michael B. Clegg.

Joel: Michael B. Shore Clegg, friend of Al B. Sure, I'm sure. Damn. See, I'm so fired up I'm jumping the gun.

Chad: Uh huh.

Joel: All right. Michael Clegg, longtime vet, stumbled upon the show, loves it. Michael, this shout out's for you.

Chad: Yes. Shout out for you. He actually tweeted back to us as we said thanks for listening. He's like, "Hey, dude. I meant that I love your show." Someone that's been in the industry for 20 years, like he has, he's now a business owner. He needs this type of content more than ever. Then, he actually said, "We dumped CareerBuilder last year."

Chad: So, I don't know that it was us who was responsible for him dumping CareerBuilder, if it was just CareerBuilder's antics and shit that they did, but thanks for listening, Michael. We really appreciate it.

Joel: Pretty sure if CareerBuilder was working for them they wouldn't dump them because of idiots like us with a podcast. All right. I'm going to to Ryan Gill, then

Chad: There it is.

Joel: I don't know even what to say. Dude has mad video interviewing skills. He's got a guy with a camera who's got mad skills.

Chad: Dabs. Yeah.

Joel: Anyway, I don't know. You and I did a video interview with Ryan talking about a variety of things, from starting companies and podcasts and success and kids and sex, and who knows what else we talked about.

Chad: Yep.

Joel: If you haven't checked that out, do a beeline to at least one of our social medias and check that out. Did he post it somewhere on their site?

Chad: Yeah. Well, they posted it on social media. It's called Linked Up. I don't know if it's weekly, but they do a ton of content, which is awesome.

Chad: I have to say this, it is a cinematic experience that everybody needs to see. These guys really pull together good video. Ryan's the founder of the gathering which we're actually going to go to here at ... In a few weeks in Banff, and also the CEO and founder of a new talent marketplace called Communo.

Joel: You know it's pronounced Branff, right? All right. Shout out to a Tengai. Did I pronounce that right for you?

Chad: Good job.

Joel: Tengai, and it's Elin not Ellen. Tengai unbiased video. Another video if you haven't seen this. They are coming to Death Match in Lisbon this year. They have this creepy-ass robot that I refer to as a cross between a Barbie hairstyle bus thingy.

Chad: Yes. Yep.

Joel: And the I-Robot robots from the Will Smith movie.

Chad: Yes.

Joel: Anyway, they're going to come. They did a video of the robot trash talking us, and it's fantastic.

Chad: Dude, it's awesome. TNG and their unbiased robot recruiter, they call, they named Tengai, yeah, it's definitely creepy. They created this acceptance video, which is fucking hilarious. Reposted it on Linkedin.

Chad: If you're not following The Chad & Cheese Facebook page, go follow that. It's on there. Also, Ryan's video's on there. Go and check it out. It is freaking hilarious.

Joel: I'm starting to get the sense that as more video gets produced we need to just embed this on the site and send people to the site to see these videos.

Chad: Yeah, that's probably a good idea. When I find some time I'll see if I can get that done.

Joel: Yeah. Yeah. Roll the dice, come to ChadCheese.com, and see if these videos are up on the site.

Chad: Something like that.

Joel: Shout out to [Roy Mower 00:05:17], our buddy at SHRM.

Chad: Yeah, Roy.

Joel: He wrote a story on recruiting ethics and asked us for our ... Thought we should cover it. My thought was, "Us give criticism or insight on ethics? How about how to be a asshole podcaster? We'll give opinion on that, but ethics for recruiting? I don't know. Go to Steve Levy for that."

Chad: We might pull a recruiter on maybe and interview them around that and give them shit around it, and that's how we podcast, but I don't know if we should actually be doing the story on that. That's awesome.

Joel: Vendor ethics, maybe.

Chad: Oh, that's a good call, yeah.

Joel: Yeah.

Chad: Audra Knight and Katrina Collier, thank you so much for having me on The Social Recruiting Show.

Joel: Did they have a head injury or something? Maybe have some bad

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