Company culture. The go-to excuse or ultimate reason for everything good or bad that happens at a company. It’s never the people – it’s the culture. It enables idiots and sinners. It encourages geniuses and visionaries. It is what makes each company different and unique. It’s also what everyone shares, making us the same. It is the ultimate paradox. It is both good and bad. It is common while still being individual. It allows […]
This week on T3 I take a look at the ‘uber’ popular ride-sharing company Uber. Uber for Business made its debut at the HR Technology Conference this year selling itself as a legitimate HR technology company for HR and TA pros. So, how does the Uber we all know, make that jump over to the […]
If you’re a foodie, you’ve probably heard about “deconstructed” recipes. I’m not a foodie. I’m more a “fooder” – which is the county fair/midway version of a foodie. Deep fry it, dip it in mayonnaise and it will be in my go-to recipe file on evernote. But, for those of you like me who’ve spent […]
SAN JOSE, Calif., Nov. 13, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — iTalent Digital today announced the general availability of MojoRank, an intelligent talent matching platform that completely re-engineers the way talent acquisition teams discover and hire talent. The groundbreaking technology was initially developed for the global recruiting team at iTalent Digital, where applicant onboarding doubled with the same number of recruiters and time […]
It’s the end of 2017, and there’s one trend I’ve picked up on. A lot of people in my life are generally negative about work. A little mad, a little disenchanted about where they find themselves in life–and work is always a part of it. Is that you? Are you having a Christmas break pity […]
In the past several weeks, Pokémon Go has taken the world, and many workplaces, by storm. If you’re concerned about reducing the negative impact that this game may be having on your employees’ productivity – and, more importantly, their safety – here are five steps you can take.
What does the future of hiring look like at my organization? Who should we be hiring to set ourselves up for long-term success? How are we helping talent get from where they are now to where they want to be?
Finding several terms that are close to one another is a way to make the search results more relevant, i.e. make the search more semantic. This feature is called Proximity Search; it’s especially useful when searching on the web and in long, unstructured documents. A familiar example is to search for the word manage close to the word people, to find bios of those who have […]
Japanese recruitment firm DIP Inc. recently led a Y330 million ($3 million U.S.) investment in artificial intelligence / machine learning firm Milize.
“Full-lifecycle recruiter” is a misnomer, inferring a finite lifecycle limited to talent identification through the new hire onboarding process. Let me explain below. But first, some numbers.
Hearst Shkulev Media (HSD), the Russian media company, has continued its aggressive expansion across Russian classifieds by purchasing a network of regional job sites from Ural-based company Larixon Jobs Network. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post Hearst Shkulev Media buys more Russian […]
Although violence in the workplace continues to plague employers, many still cling to the idea that “those types of things would never happen here.” This does not mean that most employers turn a blind eye to workplace violence; in fact, many employers concern themselves with preventing violent behavior. Fortunately, there are many actions these employers can […]
British recruitment site Kolabtree.com has launched a new pay-by-the-hour option for clients looking to hire experts from its pool of PhD-educated professionals. This article is only available to AIM Group clients. Please subscribe now or log in to view. The post Recruitment site Kolabtree offers PhDs by the hour appeared first on AIM Group.
There is a phrase that is often used in a number of contexts, the phrase is: “Stay true to the game” I’ve always almost seen it used when talking about sports, and almost always in basketball. But I’ve seen it used across pop culture for decades. “The game” is that thing you do. Maybe it’s […]