3 Reasons HR Should Pay Attention to the Amazon-Whole Foods Deal

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$13.7 billion buys a lot of organic quinoa. Lots of talk around Amazon’s purchase of Whole Foods and what it means for the grocery business, farmers, those whose jobs will be lost to automation, and the retail industry as a whole. ┬áIt’s a cocktail of doom and gloom mixed with the reality of capitalism and a twist of efficiency. So …

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Why LinkedIn and Indeed Can’t Agree on the Definition of a Passive Candidate

Patrick Ward Passive Candidates, Patrick Ward

One of my core duties at Kinetix is to evaluate new sourcing and recruiting platforms and maintain relationships with current vendors in that space. Not a week goes by that I don’t receive an email or phone call from an intrepid account manager asking me to demo his or her solution that will change the way we find candidates! Recently, …