The twitter stream four the conference this year is always chock full of interesting views and tactics. I try and jeep any eye on it daily to see whats happening. If you aren't able to attend, the hashtag #HRtechConf is an excellent way of being there virtually.
Well it's almost here.
Another year has past since we last left Las Vegas when words like "A.I." and "chatbots" rang repeatedly from the lips of many HR tech vendors. So what will this year bring?
I recently put together a list of cool tools for employers and recruiters to use as part of their recruitment marketing efforts. In this short podcast I will break down each one that will make your job marketing better.
Nobody likes facing rejection, but it is something we all have to deal with at one point or another. As a recruiter you can’t control over who is or isn’t the best candidate for your open position, but you can control how you respond to those who don’t make the cut. And the best way to treat all candidates, regardless of whether or not you hire them, is with respect.
The shrinking pool of available talent is making it difficult for companies to attract and retain top talent. Quit rates are up, and employers are being forced to raise wages, perks and benefits in an effort to better attract candidates. But it should be no surprise to find the companies themselves may still be their own worst enemy.