Israel-based freelance platform Fiverr has enjoyed an auspicious IPO, with its share prices climbing 90 percent during its first day of trading: from $21 to $39.90 per share.
Hey gang! Wanted to share a new podcast that I launched with my two of my close friends Kris Dunn and Jessica Lee, called “This is HR!” In the pilot of THIS IS HR, Jessica Lee (VP of Brand Talent, Marriott) is joined by Kris Dunn (CHRO at Kinetix) and I for a discussion of […]
I black out with rage whenever someone tells me they want TA or recruiting to report to marketing. While recruiting has both a marketing and sales component, the backbone of hiring is the job description—a compensation, compliance, and technical tool meant to define the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the role. Job descriptions […]
Our roundup of deals, announcements and HR technology news. This week: HR analytics market keeps growing; Lattice reintroduces Goals module.
Essentially the premise on how do you accelerate the process from application to the onboarding of the candidate. Traditionally, this would mean getting the applications in, manual screening of those applications, going through rounds of selections (which include phone/face-to-face interview), offer and onboarding.
Japanese leading career-change site Rikunabi.com has added interview schedule and email functions to its applicant tracking system HRTech to help its registered employers improve hiring efficiency. Rikunabi.com is owned by…
Do you think its just another article talking about technology and recruitment? No, wait a sec! Surely, I am going to pinpoint how technology can simplify talent acquisition. But you might want to know about the solutions which can hit the right pain point in recruitment.
I was out at Greenhouse OPEN this week and got into a conversation with a group of TA leaders about whether or not you should have expiration dates on offers. Which brings up a couple of things we need to discuss: Do you have candidates first verbally approve an offer before you send them the […]
If you’re an HR leader, one important thing to get your head around is Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) and its connection to the mission of your company and the market choices your company makes. Welcome to the new world. You can’t simply chase a profitable line of business that exists on the fringes without considering […]
“Action cures fear” – Mike Kim. I am someone who needs structure. And you do to. For the last 18 months, I’ve been on my own workwise. Before you roll your eyes, this isn’t a missive on entrepreneurialism. However, going from larger corporate environments to working for an organization of one (me) has forced me […]
Visier’s data integration with TrustSphere will allow users to review organizational network metrics and wider workforce data side-by-side.
What candidates think about a company’s recruiting, interviewing, and onboarding process is called candidate experience. This a hot topic of talent acquisition these days as the candidate experience speaks to the recruiting performance of a company and serves as a barometer for how competitive the company is in a tight labor market.
Out at Greenhouse OPEN this week and I was completely captivated by one of the sessions and the topic of Capacity Modeling in recruiting. It was introduced at the conference by Shane Noe of Box, and he was cool enough to share a url so everyone can download the information to do it on your […]
Did I miss the memo? When did the venerable Performance Improvement Plan — a managerial non sequitur that often has little to do with performance OR improvement — morph into the more concise but equally Orwellian “Corrective Action?” I bumped into this new terminology for what most managers lovingly refer to as a “PIP” a […]