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.