Tag: hr technology

Mobile Recruiting

Are You a Luddite Recruiter? Here’s How to Find Out

In protest of labor-saving machines in the textile industry, Ned Ludd supposedly busted up a few knitting machines in the 1770s. Jump...

Nobody Messing With My Click: A Recruitment Marketing Call To Action.

  It’s estimated there are approximately 28,000 companies competing in the HR Technology space, and some mornings, opening my inbox...

Hire Power: What Google’s New Applicant Tracking System Means for HR Technology.

Google has announced the release of Google Hire, an applicant tracking system for G Suite customers - and its first step into the HR...

That Would Be Great: Sentiment Analysis for HR and Recruiting.

Despite our near obsessive fixation on “employee engagement,” this term remains largely amorphous and highly ambiguous, a subjective...

HR Tech World and The Final Countdown: How Europe’s Greatest Hit Played In the U.S.

Trust me on this: there are a whole lot of HR conferences out there. The most prominent among them generally tend to be shit shows, where...

Your Greatest Asset Isn’t Your People — It’s the Data About Your People

Chapter III: Your Greatest Asset Isn’t Your People. It’s the Data About Your People Last of three parts An industry “influencer”...

Survey: Talent Solution Providers Are Out of Synch With Client Business Goals

You know this if you have had to do it, but finding the right talent solution — and talent solution provider — can be a huge...

The State of the Internet for Recruiting and Hiring

Part I: Hitting The Deck First of three parts If you’ve never been to Terranea along the coast just south of Los Angeles, it’s hard to...

The Best Around: The Top 100 Applicant Tracking Systems in Talent Today.

Needless to say, there are a ton of applicant tracking systems. Figuring out which one is the best fit for your business requires looking...

99 Problems (And A Pitch Is One): What More Can I Say About PR and HR?

A couple dozen times a week (at least) I get some e-mail from some account executive at some PR firm I’ve never heard of...

Just add your e-mail!