Why HR Tech Fails

The organizer of the HR Tech Tank event series (Taras Polichuk) where startups, investors and HR pros gather revealed some interesting research he and his team have conducted around the problems certain HR tech startups face when entering the market. Recorded live in New York City.

Continue Reading Why HR Tech Fails

Recent Coverage from #HIREconf

On October 22nd I headed down to the annual HIREconf event put on by the team at HiringSolved. Anytime I get to take the train into NYC is alway a pleasure because I don’t have to fly anywhere to hang out with folks in talent acquisition. I’m still going through a couple hours of audio so there may be more but these first two soundbites are a good start.

Continue Reading Recent Coverage from #HIREconf

Miki Johnson from Job Portraits on Employer Content Marketing

Miki Johnson is a cofounder of Job Portraits, a San Francisco-based creative studio that works with startups to create compelling content—photos, videos, blog posts, etc.—about their teams to help them market their job opportunities. On today's show….5 things candidates want that companies aren't giving them.

Continue Reading Miki Johnson from Job Portraits on Employer Content Marketing

HR Tech Interviews: Phenom People, WorkHere, AppyHere

In our final interviews from HR Tech Las Vegas I chatted with Jonathan Dale and Parker Bettis of Phenom People about their web site accessibility initiatives, got an update from our sponsor WorkHere and met a new blue collar recruiting app called AppyHere.

Continue Reading HR Tech Interviews: Phenom People, WorkHere, AppyHere

HR Tech Interviews: Paradox & JobAdx

Listen to Paradox CEO Aaron Matos talk about his time spent in HR tech as well as where we are headed and list to JobAdx CEO Ami Chauhan as he details what he’s learned since starting a programmatic job advertising company.

Continue Reading HR Tech Interviews: Paradox & JobAdx

HR Tech Interviews: Salary.com & PaddleHR

In our continuing coverage of the 2019 HR tech conference you will hear from Salary.com's CEO Kent Plunkett and the founder and CEO of a startup called PaddleHR. Special thanks to Workhere.com and Emissary.ai for their support of this podcast.

Continue Reading HR Tech Interviews: Salary.com & PaddleHR

My Favorite Startup From HR Tech Conference: CuriousThing

HR Tech Expo Hall Coverage! CuriousThing is an AI based digital interview tool that I feel represents the future of HR Technology. I spoke with Zubin Fitter, head of Partnerships for this Australian based company and got his take on the tool and why its cool. 

Continue Reading My Favorite Startup From HR Tech Conference: CuriousThing

Talent Relationship Marketing Discussion – Eleni Efstratiades from Siemens

I met today’s guest at the Social Recruiting Strategies Conference in Philadelphia this summer. In her role at Siemens, Eleni Efstratiades helps propose solutions that enhance candidate experience through marketing and technology innovations. I asked her to come on and talk about her efforts around brand and marketing Siemens jobs.

Continue Reading Talent Relationship Marketing Discussion – Eleni Efstratiades from Siemens

A.I. in Recruiting with Scout’s Ken Lazarus

Ken Lazarus is CEO of Scout Exchange. Scout is a platform for marketplace recruiting, providing a new way to connect employers with the best recruiters to fill jobs with great talent. Analyzing millions of data points from thousands of recruiters in its marketplace, Scout’s performance matching algorithms connect specialty search firm recruiters to marketplace jobs in their area of expertise. Today Ken and I will discuss the role of AI in the recruiting process.

Continue Reading A.I. in Recruiting with Scout’s Ken Lazarus

neuvoo’s Michael O’Dell Talks to RecTech

An investment group in Canada, recently announced an equity investment of $53 million canadian dollars in Montreal based, neuvoo, one of the fastest growing employment websites in the world. Neuvoo just ranked 14th in Canadian Business magazine’s 2019 Growth Businesses which lists Canada’s fastest growing companies. This investment will enable neuvoo to continue its expansion into new markets, and allow it to further optimize its platform. The company says It expects to reach over 100 million visitors by January 2020. 

Continue Reading neuvoo’s Michael O’Dell Talks to RecTech

End of content

No more pages to load