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Navigating Talent Acquisition Technology Trends

This insightful session was led by Jonathan Kestenbaum and Annie Hammer, who shared their wealth of knowledge and experience in the field of Talent Acquisition.

Before you dive into the recording, we thought it would be helpful to share three key takeaways from the session:

  1. Understanding Your Needs: It’s crucial to understand the specific needs of your organization before investing in any tech stack. This includes identifying the gaps in your current process, understanding your hiring goals, and aligning these with the right technology.
  2. Integration is Key: A tech stack is only as good as its integration. The best tech stacks are those that can seamlessly integrate with your existing systems, providing a smooth and efficient workflow.
  3. Continuous Evaluation: The world of tech is always evolving, and so should your tech stack. Regularly evaluating your tech stack and staying updated with the latest trends and technologies is essential to maintain a gold standard.

Now, you’re all set to dive into the recording! Jonathan and Annie go into much more detail on these points and share a ton of practical tips and strategies. So grab a cup of coffee, get comfy, and enjoy the insights.

Presented By
Jonathan Kestenbaum
Managing Director, Technology Strategy & Partnerships AMS Follow
Annie Hammer
Head of Technology and Analytics Advisory, Americas AMS Follow

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