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VIDEO: SmashUps with Rob Kelly – What’s In An ATS?

Tim Sackett ATS, Smashfly, Tim Sackett 2 Comments

This month on SmashUps, Tim Sackett chews the HR fat with Rob Kelly, co-founder and CEO of Ongig, a company whose mission it is “to make job ads awesome”. Every year, Ongig puts together a report of the top applicant tracking systems, looking at market share, growth and other factors. You can check out the most recent report here, and listen …

What Will the Talent Acquisition Platform of the Future Look Like?

Tim Sackett ATS, Smashfly, Tim Sackett

This summer I’ve had a number of great conversations with some really bright people in talent acquisition about talent acquisition technology and the future of the Applicant Tracking System (ATS). Josh Bersin, who tends to be one of the guys really on top of this space, said at HireVue’s Digital Disruption that he feels the ATS as we know it …

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VIDEO: SmashUps with Jackye Clayton – Drinking the Kool-Aid at Digital Disrupt

Tim Sackett HR Tech, Smashfly, Tim Sackett, Video

This month on SmashUps, Tim talks in person at HireVue’s Digital Disrupt with Jackye Clayton, the Editor of Recruiting Daily. Jackye and Tim break down all the cool tech they’ve seen at Digital Disrupt, and what it all means for the future of recruiting and HR. Click on the video below to get all the details! (Subscribers, please click through …

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Lunch is for Wimps, So Keep Staring at Your Phone

Kathy Rapp Corporate America, Culture, Kathy Rapp

Remember when owning a mobile phone was a symbol of success? You know, the Motorola monster Michael Douglas, aka Gordon Gekko, aka “Awww, lunch is for wimps“, wielded around so powerfully in 1987’s “Wall Street“?  Everyone wanted one, but only a few were privileged enough at the time to own one. Fast forward and A) recognize the speed of technological …

VIDEO: No Scrubs with Mary Faulkner – Artificial Intelligence is Coming for HR

Dawn Burke Dawn Burke, HR Tech, Jobvite

Check out the latest episode of No Scrubs below, featuring host Dawn Burke and her guest Mary Faulkner, Director of Talent Acquisition at Denver Water. Dawn and Mary dish about the bingeworthy show Black Mirror and how it relates to the human capital world. Black Mirror tells us a lot about the pitfalls and peaks of futuristic technology, something worth looking at when considering a trendy little thing in …

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People at Holiday Parties are Talking About HR Tech, Employer Brands and Suvees

Holland Dombeck McCue Employment Branding and Culture, Holland Dombeck, HR Tech, Uncategorized

Yesterday I should have knocked out a few hours of work and put the finishing touches on my 2017 strategic plan, but instead I woke up at 8:30, finished Anna Kendrick’s memoir with a cup of coffee, then fell back asleep to the melodious voices of Property Brothers on my television. I didn’t brush my teeth until somewhere around 11:30. …

Insanity, Indulgences and Reflection; Tips To Assess Talent Acquisition

Dawn Burke Dawn Burke, Jobvite, Leadership

The most dichotomous month of all the great months is December. The Yin vs. Yang of the human experience comes out in great force. The Yin December is the month of insanity: including cramming 8 weeks of year-end work in one month and making sure all your friends get a swell photo card of your kids posing with a Christmas …

Showing Up: The Most Important Piece Of The Puzzle

Michael Carden Always Be Closing, Audacious Ideas, Career Paths, Change, Coaching, Driving Productivity, FOT Reads, Giving Notice, HR, HR Tech, HR Technology

No one at that dinner had been sleeping properly for weeks, and it wasn’t just the impossible heat of an impossibly long Auckland summer. My phone was ringing on the table, face down, slowly vibrating its way towards my lap. As it breached the edge the lit screen suddenly caught my eye in the darkness of the bistro, broke through …

Good Design in HR Tech

Laurie Ruettimann HR Tech, Laurie Ruettimann, Uncategorized

HR technologists have recently jumped on the bandwagon of good design, which is awesome. It’s about time. What is good design? Dieter Rams offered ten principles for good design, and it applies to almost everything in life. Simply speaking, good design is something that works, is useful, and makes your experience as effortless as possible. If you are physically impaired, …

Recruiting: Your Little Brother Is All Grown-Up

John Whitaker Always Be Closing, Business Development, Candidate Pool, Good HR, HR, John Whitaker, Recruiting, Recruitment Marketing

Work in big corporations long enough and you start to recognize the caste system inherent in the professional community. R&D is indispensable, Manufacturing has to actually make the ideas come to life, and then somebody has to sell it, so Sales becomes critical as well. The “big 3” pillars in a company—discover it, make it, sell it. That leaves a lot of the “rest of …