Are you ready for automation? The Society for Human Resource Management thinks you should be. In a recent Paycor survey conducted by Harris Poll, hiring managers said they believe technology will shift toward automation in a
Automation might sound like a surefire path to the unemployment line. It’s quite the opposite, both for you and the job candidates you source and hire. The technology that drives automation lets you work smarter.
Does anyone really like filling out new hire paperwork and watching a canned orientation video? New hire onboarding isn’t necessarily supposed to be fun, but it could provide a much better and welcoming candidate experience.
With so many trends in talent acquisition, how can you know which ones deserve your attention and which might waste your time? It’s easier than you think. New processes and technologies that make your life
Who are your company’s top performers? Who do you wish that you could clone? And how did you get so lucky as to hire them? Was it sheer luck? Maybe, at least in part, but
Imagine you’re driving along on the great American road trip. You’ve got your tunes. You’ve got your snacks. And you’ve got your GPS on the dashboard with the best route plotted from Point A to
Nobody has to tell you that sourcing is hard work. Since the economy started to rebound just a few years ago, top candidates have become scarcer and active job seekers have become rarer still. Knowing
The old song says, “What a difference a day makes.” Imagine what 10 years can do. A decade has passed since the housing bubble burst, the stock market took a plunge and the shock heard
What if you had a safeguard against the ups and downs of an erratic economy? Predictive data can’t protect your market investments, but it could help you develop better talent acquisition strategies that work in fair
These are interesting times for talent acquisition. The economy is still improving, unemployment is quite low and jobs still experience fits and starts of growth. Candidate sourcing is more difficult now, but that’s partly because