Recruiting Tech Stack: Yes, it’s a Thing.

Corey Burns Corey Burns, HR Tech, HR Technology, Talent Strategy, Tech Talent

Enabling teams and leveraging resources is at the core of what we do as leaders, whether that’s in TA or another capacity. Early on in my role, I was challenged to help evaluate and finalize our tech stack for the recruiting team. Rather than reinventing the wheel, I took a lesson from our Chief Operation Officer and simplified things by …

Why are Organizations Still NOT Texting Candidates?

Tim Sackett ATS, Candidate Pool, HR Tech, Mobile, Networking, Recruiting, SHRM, Talent Acquisition, Talent Strategy, Tim Sackett

So, I spoke at an SHRM state conference last week. Great group of folks and I talked quite a bit about recruiting technology. It was a room of about 300 HR and talent pros/leaders who were struggling with hiring talent for their organization. I asked them this question: “Raise your hand if you’re texting candidates to try and reach them.” …

Your Secret Weapon In Candidate Interviews

Ben Martinez Bad HR, candidate experience, Culture, Digital Interviewing, Hiring Managers, HR Tech, HR Technology, Interviewing, Recruiting, Resumes

Listen – It is the hardest thing to do in an interview. It’s almost as hard as showing up to work after a late night eating grilled meats and watching fireworks. Happy Birthday, America. #4thofJuly Recruiters and hiring managers pay thousands of dollars to training firms to become the best interviewers. They buy pricey technology that is supposed to predict …

A Robot Can Make Your Burger. What Does That Mean For HR?

Kathy Rapp A.I., Change, Change Management, Contingent Workforce, Corporate America, Current Affairs, Employee Development, Employee Engagement, Employment Branding and Culture, Engagement and Satisfaction, Good HR, HR, HR Tech, Innovation, Kathy Rapp, Leadership, Networking, Organizational Development, Personal Brand, Recruiting, Robots, Talent Management, Talent Strategy, The HR Profession

I want to get on a plane and head to San Francisco to experience “Creator“, the new restaurant with the world’s first robot-made burger. “Creator isn’t the machine so much as it is the diner, the chef who uses the instrument, the dining experience, and the designers who created these robots.” As we talk about the future of work, technology …

WEBINAR!! I GOT YOUR TEXT: 5 Ways Smart Recruiters Use Technology and Communication Style to Close More Candidates

Kris Dunn Canvas, HR Tech

It’s never been harder to gain the attention of the best candidates on the recruiting trail. After all, we are in peak economic cycle, the best candidates are gainfully/happily employed, and it’s easy for them to ignore your pitch for the open positions you’re working. Never fear, the gang at FOT is here to help. If you’re not getting the …

To Be A Better HR Person – Get Off Social Media

Paul Hebert Communication, Good HR, HR, HR Tech, Paul Hebert, The HR Profession

I’ve been having a crisis of faith lately related to social media. It started with my Facebook account about a year ago and then about 6 or 8 months ago I deactivated my account. I’m still too chicken to actually delete it – I have family that I “may” want to stay in touch with in the future and I …

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VIDEO: SmashUps with Josh Zywein – A.I. Takeover or Much Ado About Nothing?

Tim Sackett HR Tech, Smashfly, Tim Sackett

This month on SmashUps, Tim Sackett is joined by special guest Josh Zywein, Director of Product Marketing at the one and only SmashFly, sponsor of this very video! Tim and Josh host a special episode, recorded live at the HR Technology Conference in Las Vegas, where they dig in on the reality behind the supposed artificial intelligence takeover and what the …

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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 …

Is Your Investment in Social Recognition Solving a Problem or Creating One?

Paul Hebert Communication, Employee Engagement, Engagement and Satisfaction, HR, HR Tech, Paul Hebert

All the world’s agog over “social recognition.” For those of you in Washington, DC “social recognition” is the act of surfacing recognition in a company through the use of an intranet portal or social stream, much like Facebook, with “likes”, comments, and “way to go Kevin” notations. The goal is to provide increased visibility into all the various recognition events …

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 …