On October 14th, LinkedIn began undertaking a massive overhaul of its current Groups feature. There are several important changes of note, many of which will directly affect how you use Groups today. So, for the sake of recruiters’ and sourcers’ sanities everywhere, we decided to list and explain all of the most important changes being […]
Klint Kesto, R-Commerce Township, the bill would establish a "seed-to-sale" medical marijuana tracking system. If adopted, medical marijuana plants, products, sales, returns and other transactions all would be tracked. Also tracked would be lot and …
Before your resume lands on a hiring manager's or recruiter's desk, your resume may go through an Applicant Tracking System (ATS), first. An ATS is a software application that filters and screens through vast amounts of submitted resumes, looking for …
I discovered some disappointing news recently that the niche aggregator called giantGator which crawled freelance sites such as UpWork and Elance has shut down.
OK, from the recruiting technology world, first I’ve got a few items that are probably new to you, and then I’ve culled through some recent news to point out some things you may have missed that I think are important. Here goes.
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.
Imagine that Chris wants to buy a house and needs a mortgage.
Some companies swear by their database. If they happen to have a candidate’s resume, CV, or profile “somewhere” on file, then they don’t consider them a new candidate. They think they OWN the data like it’s locked up in a Kentucky safe with a list of 11 herbs and spices.
What does it feel like where you work? What about on your team?
The trade association for the world’s job boards is changing its name, broadening its scope, and opening its membership to practically every vendor in the HR tech space, so long as talent acquisition is a part of the company’s products or services.
By Eric B. Meyer
Looking for a great app to invent? Think: recruitment.
By Eric B. Meyer
Editor’s Note: There’s a new SourceCon Challenge Winner for 2015! We’re excited to welcome Kerri to the elite ranks of the SourceCon Challenge winners (we will be refreshing the SourceCon Challenge Wall of Fame in the next few weeks so stay tuned). This is Kerri’s first blog post since winning the challenge in Dallas. Kerri has only been […]