Tag: hr tech

Here’s a hot take: Tech isn’t saving recruiting; it’s killing it slowly

Thing I’ve never understood: until automation gets to scale (not there yet), people are a company’s biggest expense (in the...

Candidates should be the center of the hiring process. Kick tires on Pounse.

Couple of funny things as we wind up some articles from HR Tech in Vegas in September: On the first morning, I was low-level hungover and...

Make “candidate experience” less of a buzzword with Gr8 People

One other crew we met at HR Tech in Vegas was Gr8 People, including two superstars over there in Megan and Chris. The latter gave us a demo...

What in the living shit does “comfort with ambiguity” mean on a job description?

Been out at HR Tech this week with about 5,000 other people in the general talent acquisition space, and it’s an overload of product...

“Marketing is a crystal ball for recruiting.”

Ah, welcome to the first #HRTechConf — HR Tech 2018 — post on this site. This is a quick-hitter recap of a session MC’ed...

How to buy HR tech (a brief but informative guide)

I cribbed some of this from William Tincup’s session at HRTX Chicago, and I’ll probably go back and add to it after HRTech in...

technical recruiting

Part 1: Technical Recruiting and Technical Assessments: What’s NOT Working

Hiring for technical positions is one of the costliest of recruiting efforts, not only in terms of money spent, but as well in terms of...

machine learning

Machine Learning, AI, and You: When Will Sourcers Be Replaced?

The answer to the question “When will machine learning replace recruiters?” is highly subjective. For hiring managers and recruiters...

inbound marketing

Will inbound marketing work on technical talent?

Increasingly apparent to a growing number of recruiters and hiring managers is that traditional post-and-pray is no longer a workable plan...

We live in a platform economy now, and that changes everything

When you think about “old-school elements of business that went away, subsequently scaring executives,” you’re really...

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