This week, the boy wonders discuss LinkedIn’s ongoing ubiquity in news and finally catching up to Facebook and Twitter on this one key offering, eavesdropping on employees and gauging morale via Slack, Hipchat and others, more end of the world chatter from people much smarter than you, Yik Yak and the death of anonymity and another job […]
This week, the boys discuss how no one apparently wants to buy DICE and its portfolio of sites and what it could mean for CareerBuilder’s reported sale. Snapchat is in the news again with “Snapplications,” a way McDonald’s is generating candidates, and DIY advertising being unveiled soon. Completed is the latest startup to get thrown […]
On Episode 6, the boys bookend the episode with Google, starting a discussion about the Google Jobs API and ending with the news this week that Google Hire is set to turn the ATS market upside down … and maybe the job search market too. Glassdoor is so over the court system in Texas. Beamery, […]
Chad’s really ticked off in this week’s episode, as you can tell by the “E” rating on this show. In this week’s episode of HR’s most dangerous podcast, the boys cover more automation – this time in the marijuana industry – with Bloom Automation, unlimited PTO, a more official report on CareerBuilder’s pending sale, TheLadders (who?), […]
The robots are coming! HR’s most dangerous podcast is back with – a slight line-up change this week – legendary sourcer/recruiter Jim Stroud stepping in for Cheese this week. The Show takes on many different aspects of automation with more of a SkyNet tone. Companies like Uber, Intel, Google, Ford, and Brilent are pushing the […]
This week, HR’s most dangerous podcast takes on a variety of topics, starting with “period leave,” avoiding most of the landmines this topic invites. The boys also cover Purple Squirrel and wether or not charging job seekers can work or not, the success of TextRecruit, the ridiculousness of Talentegy and even discuss the automation of […]
This week, the boys first take a trip down Memory Lane, discussing the history of job matching and how eHarmony can’t even make it work. Can anyone? Indeed.com is still crushing it and their new native mobile app JobSpotting is a worthy topic of discussion. WorkHere has possibly figured out mobile recruiting and 21.co is […]
This week, the boys discuss the problem with LinkedIn’s lazy users, 84 Lumber’s Super Bowl advertising campaign, Snap’s IPO and its potential impact on recruiting, and Facebook job postings.