MATAWAN, N.J., Nov. 13, 2015 /PRNewswire/ —iCIMS, Inc., a leading provider of Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) talent acquisition software for growing businesses, was honored at the annual NJBIZ awards ceremony and ranked 22nd on the list of New …
There’s no denying that Linkedin is a 600 pound gorilla in the talent acquisition space. But as I write that, I wonder in what space exactly Linkedin is.
Editor’s Note: TLNT has been publishing Steve Browne’s popular recaps of the HR Roundtable in Cincinnati for more than five years. For two weeks, we’re bringing back some you might have missed.
Have you ever really thought about how a search engine works? Many people don’t realize that when running a search on any site like Google, the results returned are not live or new, but actually stored, archived information that has been pulled from different websites. With millions and millions of pages currently on the World […]
HR teams are being asked to do their jobs in a very different organizational environment and do them more quickly than before
By Eric B. Meyer
When recruiters get to talking about the future of recruiting, the discussions invariably lead to prognostications about technology. Many seem entranced by the ease with which we will be able to recruit once technology advances. What’s next?! Video interviewing! Smarter searching! Better aggregation of profiles on the internet! Holograms?!
Editor’s Note: Readers sometimes ask about past TLNT articles, so every Friday we republish a Classic TLNT post.
The recent stories about Ernst & Young de-emphasizing college performance as a hiring criterion, and the even-more-important case of CapGemini now hiring future consultants right out of high school, has gotten more employers wondering about whether focusing on hiring college grads — in most cases the best ones — is really worth it.
Unless you have had your head in the sand, you are aware that Volkswagen is in serious trouble because it appears that it tampered with pollution control devices on millions of its diesel engines.
By Eric B. Meyer
If you are one of the 70,000 plus employers across the U.S. required to file an annual EEO-1 by September 30, 2015, you have an extra month.
Kameron Swinton Randy Bailey Aaron Linz Amie Ernst Kerri Mills Chris Herron Kim Goddard Daniel Walker As loyal SourceCon readers and conference attendees know, the annual SourceCon challenge is where the smartest sourcers in the business show their skills. Join us in Dallas later this week to see the final round of the 2015 challenge!
Last week I wrote a post about Radaris and Pipl. When I finished, I realized that using these tools became more important and necessary after Facebook removed the functionality I liked the best from Graph Search. Yet, Facebook can still be hugely important for sourcing as a cross-referencing and verification tool. Facebook Graph Search was valuable […]