Chad enlists Tim Sackett – from The Tim Sackett Project at TimSackett.com – to fill in while Joel sits on the beach, sipping margarita’s while wearing a speedo. (Try and get that picture out of your brainpan) Anyways.. In this episode Chad and Tim venture into the Recruiter killing fields of AI (Artificial Intelligence for […]
Welcome to another episode of The Chad and Cheese Podcast. This week the boys are coming at you on a Sunday morning (more on that in the podcast), which means they still may be a little drunk from Saturday. On this week’s episode, a job board owner get intimately acquainted with the pokey, Facebook keeps […]
This week’s show turned out a bit FUBAR. Here’s where to go if you want to hear the show minus the audio issues.
What’s up, party people? On this week’s podcast, the plot between HiQ and LinkedIn thickens, the race to recruiting chatbot glory continues and maybe Microsoft’s ATS sucks more than we thought. “… imagine if a company that you’ve never heard of used automated bots to download your public profile (viewable via search engines such as Google), […]
What a week. LinkedIn’s annual event took place in Nashville, Tennessee and it was an opportunity for them to drop a big ol’ poop sandwich in the lunch boxes of job boards and ATSs everywhere. Listen to learn why. And speaking of ATSs, Chad thinks they’re all being royally stupid for playing nice with a […]
LinkedIn’s CEO from Talent Connect 2017 discussing the state of the company. Raw and unedited.
The boys hit the road this week, Rocky Mountain High-style in Denver, Colorado to light up the TAtech show. To kick the show off, they announced a partnership with the conference, as well as their newest sponsor Nexxt (formerly Beyond). In return for a their donation, Nexxt will get an exclusive podcast each month, as […]
On this week’s edition of HR’s Most Dangerous Podcast, the boys are getting geared up for their LIVE Podcast in Denver next week at the TATech conference. Speaking of Denver what’s the deal with all of these Cannabis Jobs? Nearly 150,000 Americans hold “jobs in weed” and the Vangst Group seizes the opportunity to help […]
Goodtime.io’s CEO, Ahryun Moon stares down the barrel of the Chad and Cheese Firing Squad podcast. Firing Squad is a raw podcast focused on allowing recruitment industry startup companies to strut their technology, products, and solutions or just fail miserably. It’s Shark Tank out of water, which means Chad and Cheese are loaded for grizzly. […]
As we hit the midpoint of September, the news stories are flowing fast, so the boys cover a lot of ground this week. First, Chad goes off on ZipRecruiter, Mayweather-style, dissing their loose definition of “integration,” among other things. Women also get some primetime this week as Google heads to court in a class action […]
The guys have given eHarmony’s Elevated Careers a hard time from the first podcast. With the belief that candidate matching is more pixie dust and unicorns than real science and a commercially viable product, both Chad and Cheese couldn’t imagine anyone acquiring this turkey. That belief was only strengthened when Elevated Careers’ website went on […]
The first show to follow Labor Day weekend finds the guys especially salty and feisty. They start the show with a rant about Dice that follows up one of their best interviews of the year. Then they bring it down a bit with some news from the pizza delivery space … delivery is about to […]
This week, the boys broadcasted live from Hinton, West Virginia at PracticeLink‘s annual corporate event. We had a great time and loved visiting West Virginia and soaking up a little southern hospitality. Much love. We covered our recent interview with Dice’s CEO and give a few opinions on what the takeaways were. There’s a lot […]
The boys were really excited to recently chat with Dice’s CEO, Mike Durney. As listeners will know, DHI, Dice’s parent, has been through an interesting year that saw the company look at strategic options for the business (a fancy way of saying, “We’re for sale”), then take the company off the market after no sale […]