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Candidate Experience: The Curious Case of the Missing Metrics

Every time I hear someone talk about anything involving stupid, specious concepts in recruiting, which is to say pretty much the entire...

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The Applicant Tracking System Isn’t the Problem. Recruiters Are.

Within the insular world of HR technology and recruitment software, Applicant Tracking Systems (ATS) are perhaps the most hated, at least...

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It’s A Match: What Tinder Can Teach Us About HR Technology

For all the people spending time trying to make the Internet better, it’s actually quite rare to see a unique idea. Think of the first...

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Getting It Out Of Your System: The Basics of Staffing Software Selection

There was a time not too long ago that, in terms of technology, third party recruiters were like the redheaded stepchild of the industry....

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Candidate Experience: Why High Touch Beats High Tech

If you think about the myriad steps required in full cycle recruiting, the fact that we’re so focused on that very small slice of stuff...

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Recruitment Marketing: Today and Tomorrow

Having spent over a decade sitting on both sides of the table in the recruiting and talent acquisition industry, I’ve seen the space...

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Candidate Experience: Don’t Get High On Your Own Apply

We talk a lot about the marketing and recruiting overlap in our industry, a discussion that’s largely theoretical – like almost every...

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LinkedIn Lawsuit: Potential FCRA Violations Mean HR Might Need To Lawyer Up

When you’re a company with the size and scale of LinkedIn, you’ve basically got a big target on your back – and a long...

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Caveat Emptor: Austerity and HR Technology

I’m not generally one to call for austerity, considering I often find myself the beneficiary of vendor largesse. But at last week’s...

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LinkedIn’s New Terms of Service: Better, But They Still Suck

Linkedin’s new terms of service go into effect October 23, 2014. One of them requires members to always use the ® or ™ symbol whenever...

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