Recruiting Sites for Women

The power and influence of women in business is finally getting it’s due with an increased focus on equal pay and more companies looking to diversify their workforces. Lately, a number of job site communities have been launched to help employers target and recruit more women to their companies. Hear the full list of sites in this short 10 minute audio clip.

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Interview with Brad Kielinski, Tech Recruiter

Brad Kielinski is the founder of IT Pros Philly….which provides access to proven technology talent in the Philadelphia region and beyond. He’s also someone I follow on Twitter for great recruiting tweets and its a pleasure to have him on the show. In this episode we'll talk about the technology he uses to hire and store candidates as well as commentary from his tweet stream.

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Recruiter-Author Steve Lowisz on Why ‘Recruiting Sucks’

In his latest book, Steve Lowisz shares a new approach to attracting, developing, and retaining an accomplished and vibrant workforce. Dispelling six recruiting myths that most HR departments believe, Steve will show you how to prioritize behavior over skills, look beyond LinkedIn, be a marketer, find real ways to inspire employees, take responsibility, avoid reliance on technology, embrace diversity, and more.

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Talking Gig Economy and the Liquid Workforce

Anil Dharni is the co-founder and CEO of Sense He founded the company to help fix temporary employment for the 42 percent of the U.S. workforce that are contingent workers. Sense helps staffing agencies create a better work experience for independent contractors. Learn about the platform and why he prefers the term ‘liquid workforce’ to the gig economy.

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Catching up with VideoMyJob’s Kristen Graham

VideoMyJob is an Australian based DIY video recruiting tool that has a partnership with Monster to help companies create more career focused video content. Using their app and other equipment employers can make their own job videos and share them them to attract talent. At the recent #SRSC show in Philadelphia I caught up with their co-founder Kristen Graham.

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Candidate Experience Stories Panel Discussion

On July 30th I travelled to NYC to attend a special panel discussion hosted by ConveyIQ and RussellTobin. They put out a great spread of drinks and apps and of course a lively discussion about the candidate experience with 4 practitioners from area companies. Tune in to hear some real world stories from the world of HR tech.

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