Tag: HR

Why isn’t recruiting under business development, as opposed to HR?

I feel like we’ve been discussing HR “not getting a seat at the table” and/or flaws with recruiting for literal years....

Scheduling sucks

Scheduling sucks – but it doesn’t have to

Stop us if you’ve lived this nightmare before: You have a couple of great candidates in your current recruiting process, at least per...

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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Google Hire, AI and the Privacy Paradox

Google Hire, AI and the Privacy Paradox In the recently released 2018 edition of her seminal annual Internet Trends report, Kleiner Perkins...

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How HR Tech can help with #MeToo

#MeToo was obviously and rightfully the theme of 2017 globally in some ways; TIME Magazine’s Person of the Year last year was “The...

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How HR Leaders Can Future-Proof Their Teams

  Thanks to a complex hiring environment, increasingly strategic responsibilities, new technologies, and a greater focus on metrics,...

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How HR Teams Can Win with Artificial Intelligence

New technology, increased pressure to prove business impact, and a complex hiring landscape are just a few factors behind the rapid...

Meet Ralphy, Your New AI Talent Acquisition Partner

Artificial Intelligence, robotics process automation (RPA) and machine learning are changing the face of HR bringing cognitive technologies...

Recruiting at It’s Best Is a Delicate Dance Between HR and Line Managers

Here’s something I always try to keep in mind as an HR professional: Hiring is a shared company responsibility — aka, a...

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...

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