Jim D'Amico, Global Talent Acquisition Leader of Celenase joins us to talk about how his team was able to improve hiring velocity (and surpass their hiring goals) by completely shifting focus and adopting a storytelling approach to their recruiting.
Maren Hogan, Founder & CEO of Red Brand Media, sits down poolside at HR Tech to talk about the increased focus on employee engagement, automation tools and a shift in the role of HR within organizations. She also discussed how she looks like employee engagement that goes beyond the same benefits conversation.
In our latest installment of Podcast by the Pool, Proactive Talent Founder & CEO, Will Staney, talks about gaps in the current HR Technology landscape, the lack of candidate-centric processes/tools and the increasing consolidation into unified platforms.
In the next episode in our Podcast by the Pool series, Greenhouse CEO, Daniel Chait, joins us to talk about why he formed Greenhouse, what they're trying to solve and about challenges companies are facing in hiring good talent.
In this next episode of our Podcast by the Pool series at The HR Technology Conference 2019, Danielle is joined by industry alums, Gerry Crispin and Shannon Pritchett, of CareerXroads to discuss the future of talent acquisition and where they think candidate experience is heading.
Our new host, Danielle Weinblatt - Entelo's President & Chief Product Officer, kicks off her first podcast in a series we are calling 'Podcast by the Pool' at The HR Technology Conference 2019. Danielle is joined by Doug Berg, a veteran in the HR tech space, to talk about how companies need to switch up the conversation we are having with candidates, across all channels.
Hot on the heels of Entelo's acquisition announcement, Entelo CEO Jon Bischke and ConveyIQ founder and future President / Chief Product Officer of Entelo, Danielle Weinblatt, join Sean Simerly to talk about the move and what it means for Talent Acquisition.
Granular Marketing President and Founder Jordon Meyer joins the Hiring On All Cylinders podcast to talk about how recruiting teams can improve their paid advertising campaigns, and how his organization approaches hiring senior ad talent in Milwaukee.
In the wake of one of the largest college admissions scandals in history, the topic and relevance of a degree is top of mind. That's why we had Cameron Sorsby, COO of Praxis, join Hiring On All Cylinders to talk about how recruiting and onboarding can learn from an age-old role: the apprentice.
We teleport back to the 2018 Recruiting Automation Summit in this week’s episode. Kanjun Qiu, CEO and Co-Founder of Sourceress, joined the Hiring On All Cylinders host to cover hiring and sourcing for diversity both as a co-founder and in her time at DropBox when they scaled from 200-1200 people.
What makes someone ghost a job? More importantly, as recruiters and talent professionals, how can we avoid that happening? Bart, someone acutely focused on such occurrences, joins host Sean Simerly to talk through the phenomenon and mitigation techniques he’s seen in the wild.
We travel back in time for this episode with Margie Cadet, Director, Talent, Diversity, and Inclusion at DonorsChoose.org. Recorded at the inaugural Recruiting Automation Summit in June of 2018, they discuss practical tips in D&I, as well as some pointed opinions about the advantages of and cautions in building out your own program.
Back into the time machine! This week's episode takes us back to June 2018 at the inaugural Recruiting Automation Summit. Sharique Hasan, Associate Professor at Duke University's Fuqua School of Business, joined host Sean Simerly to talk through Super Highways, Skill Islands, and how these trends could affect recruiters across the globe.
Spring Cleaning isn’t just for your home – or so believes NN Srinivas, Senior Director of Management Recruitment at Cognizant – an organization who is slated to hire over 90,000 individuals in 2019. He and the Talent team recently held Catapult 2019, an internal summit aimed at analyzing all of their processes and searching for the best path toward their ambitious recruiting goals.
Bringing us back to June of 2018, the Hiring On All Cylinders team revisits the Recruiting Automation Summit with this week's episode. Mohsen Bayati, associate professor at Stanford, shares his perspectives on how people can prepare for automation and what AI means moving forward.
Matt Tant’s path into recruiting isn’t quite traditional: after stints in the NFL and then real estate, Matt’s drive led him into staffing. Since then, he’s founded Relode, which helps pay the people that know the best people by referring them to the best opportunities.
Hiring On All Cylinders vet Madeline Laurano of Aptitude Research Partners joins us for the last installment of our HR Tech 2018 series. Her familiarity with the space lends a unique commentary on diversity and bias, and how that's coming into view even when we think about the genders of the AI assistants we interact with daily.
In our second-to-last episode from the HR Tech show floor in Las Vegas, the Hiring On All Cylinders team is joined by TextRecruit Founder/CEO Erik Kostelnik. Erik shares his take on how automation is going to impact society and our workforce, and why the problem of matching candidates with jobs is so crucial.
We always talk about the changes affecting our industry (spoiler: we do touch on those in this episode) but Rick Bell, Editorial Editor at Human Capital Media, shares his take on those things that have stayed the same, too; how even though it may be conveyed through an emoji or text, that human connection isn’t going anywhere.
Dubbed “the mad scientist of recruiting,” Chris Russell of RecTech Media joins the Hiring On All Cylinders booth at HR Tech 2018 for this episode. We learn a bit about the importance of tech know-how in recruiting and how AI today is often Automation Intelligence instead of Artificial Intelligence.
iCIMS Chief Economist Josh Wright joins the Hiring On All Cylinders cast to chat through the unique circumstances facing Talent Acquisition professionals in a market with historically low unemployment and increasing automation.
The Hiring On All Cylinders team dissects recent news about there being more open jobs than unemployed people in the US, and the international impacts of other macro events like Brexit and GDPR, on this week’s episode featuring Beamery CEO Abakar Saidov.
Living in a post #MeToo world, it was time for a deep dive analysis around diversity in the workplace. Stacia Garr and Red Thread Research published just that, “Diversity and Inclusion Technology: Could This be the Missing Link?” Listen as Stacia joins Hiring On All Cylinders from HR Tech 2018 about this massive movement, and the pressure to analyze how we’re addressing D&I in the workplace.
Author and Founder Tim Sackett joins the Hiring On All Cylinders crew at HR Tech 2018 in Las Vegas, Nevada. We reminisce about CDs, rue the stubborn reluctance towards progress, and how to find the treasure trove of data that you already own.
Sarah Brennan, Chief Advisor, Talent & Future of Work at Accelir, joins the Hiring On All Cylinders crew to talk about this year's HR Tech conference. The first of a series of episodes, we'll dive into general trends, and exciting advancements in the HR space. In this episode, Sarah breaks down yesterday's buzzwords that turned into today's trends and makes predictions about what the future holds.