Martin Burns is a Managing Editor & Analyst for RecruitingDaily.com. Referred to as someone who’s “kind of done it all in recruiting”, Martin Burns is a talent acquisition practitioner as well as commentator. For the past three years, he has been reporting on and analyzing news that impacts the TA industry, first as founding Editor at Recruiting News Network, and now as Managing Editor of RecruitingDaily. Prior to this, his career has included leading, as well as consulting with, talent acquisition organizations for some of the world's most significant brands. He speaks at global conferences on talent acquisition, maintains an active presence in the global recruitment community, and generally has fun mucking around in the conversation the industry has in who it is, and where it’s going. His industry-leading Facebook group “Talent Product Plays” is considered a must-join by practitioners and vendors alike.
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Call this some good news as we endure some stormy weather, and the 2020s continue to remind us that chaos sometimes isn’t just a state of mind. As it turns… Read more
Learning and career opportunity company Guild Education welcomed Dean Carter as its new chief people officer (CPO). Carter has a long history of experience in HR and is a long… Read more
We are in interesting times – but that’s probably obvious to everyone who hasn’t been in some sort of medically-induced coma for the past 3 years (lucky bastards that they… Read more
Talent acquisition technology companies, as well as closely related companies, have made the Deloitte Fast 500 over the years. For 2022, the rankings of the fastest growing TA tech vendors… Read more
Job seeker behavior will continue to reflect the impact of a pandemic, war in Europe, economic whiplash and, well: everything else, according to new iCIMS research. According to their newly… Read more
Military Times has released their list of best employers for veterans. Over 200 organizations submitted responses to the Best for Vets: Employers survey that fielded from July to September, and… Read more