One Major Way to Eliminate Interview & New Hire Ghosting!

Tim Sackett Business Development, Canvas, Change Management, Communication, Good HR, HR, HR Tech, HR Technology, Mobile, Mobile Recruiting, Networking, Talent Acquisition

There’s been a lot written recently on “ghosting” from both the employer side and the candidate side. I’ve heard a bunch of noise that sounds like this, “Well it’s the employer’s fault! They started it! If they hadn’t started ghosting candidates from the start, candidates wouldn’t be ghosting them now!” Ugh. The blame game! We love blaming other people for …

Oh No, I Have Been Placed at Table 19!

Mark Fogel A.I., ATS, Business Development, candidate experience, Communication, Conferences, Email, HR Technology, HR Vendors, Mark Fogel

Alright, you may ask what does being placed at table 19 mean. Well, it is a metaphor taken from the Movie “Table 19”. The table is a place for folks invited to a wedding or any type of celebration, and the hosts don’t know where to place them. Some might even say the folks placed at this table are unwanted …

Talent Over AI: Which Fast Food Chain’s People Will Outperform Automation?

Kris Dunn A.I., Kris Dunn

I was driving back from vacation last week and saw the scene pictured below in a routine McDonald’s – many of you have seen the same thing, right?  Take a look (email subscribers click through to see the IG post below) and we’ll break it down after the jump: So here we are.  You’ve stopped into a McDonald’s and you’re …

Are 2015’s Biggest Tech Trends Good or Bad for HR?

Steve Boese Audacious Ideas, HR, HR Tech, HR Technology, Steve Boese

The New Year always brings with it a slew of “trends” think pieces that postulate on what will be the upcoming year’s most influential and potentially disruptive developments in technology, culture, and business. Some of the more interesting pieces are done annually by JWT, Frog Design, and one I am going to unpack a little bit here, Harvard Business Review. …

Will you be replaced by a robot? Let’s break it down.

Steve Boese Change, HR, HR Technology, Labor, Steve Boese

If you are at all interested in the currently red-hot and pretty trendy “the robots are coming to take all our jobs, steal our girl/boyfriends, and destroy everything that we love” meme, then you will first want to allow yourself a big chunk of time this week to read The Future of Employment: How Susceptible are Jobs to Computerisation?, a …