Tag: Sourcing

Thinking on AI: What do truck drivers and recruiters have in common?

Per a recent Gallup survey, 7 in 10 Americans believe AI tech will eliminate more jobs than it creates. The numbers are all over the map...

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AI, Diversity And Inclusion, Generational Recruiting Lead Discussions At #HRTX Boston

Automation and artificial intelligence, diversity, and inclusion, and Millennials and Generation Z were three of the hottest topics...

Does recruiting AI need “human in the loop” to work?

The rise of AI in various industries is an interesting, far-reaching discussion. We’ve written about its applications in the...

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Google Moves From Search to Sourcing as Hire by Google Launches Candidate Discovery

Where does Hire by Google fit in? One of the foundational premises of talent sourcing lies in the fact that traditional search engines are...

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Three Ways to Diversify Your Executive Search Services

When headhunting firms consider expanding their services beyond traditional executive search and selection, collaboration becomes key to...

Insight From #HRTX: Some Recruiting Issues Seem to Never, Ever Get Solved

We’ve had two #HRTX events this year — one at Brazen’s offices in Arlington, VA and one in Dallas, TX sponsored by the good...

It’s Nice to Be a Best Place to Work, But Most Recruiters Toil for the Other 90%

Every recruiter would like to say they are sourcing for a Best Place to Work organization. It’s a great opening line to most...

8 Smart Time Hacks for High-Volume Recruiters

Don’t expect a slowdown in the pace of your frenzied, high-volume recruiting position. Get used to it. It’s just the nature of...

A Guy Can Dream, Can’t He? Here’s My Ideal Talent Acquisition Process

It occurred to me recently that we look at the recruitment process in pieces and rarely as a whole. I can’t find any articles about...

Technology is Great, But Recruitment Still Needs the Human Touch

Imagine you were looking to buy a house in a specific neighborhood. The problem, however, is that you have no idea how many houses are in...

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