This week we welcome Delfina Stabile and Xavi Martínez to the podcast. Deflina began her career in Buenos Aires, where she worked as a Recruiting Analyst for Michael Page, before joining Uber—first out of Mexico City, and currently out of San Francisco
This week we welcome Amit Parmar to the podcast. With more than 16 years of experience in technology and human capital management, Amit spent time at IBM, Deloitte, and Unisys before founding Cliquify, an AI-powered content marketing platform that drives equity in recruitment.
This week we welcome Jeffrey Spector to the podcast. Jeffrey spent more than six years at The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, where he served as Chief of Staff to Melinda Gates, before co-founding Karat, a service that helps CTO’s and CHRO’s make technical interviewing a customer-centric experience.
This week we welcome Lindsay Witcher to the podcast. As a member of Randstad RiseSmart’s global leadership team, Lindsay guides the development of solutions that empower talent leaders to successfully manage mobility within their organizations.
This week we welcome Ali Hackett to the podcast. After starting her career in the agency world, Ali spent more than 15 years as a talent acquisition and employer brand consultant before co-founding Meet & Engage, an award winning candidate experience technology. We sat down to discuss virtual hiring events in a post-pandemic recruiting landscape.
This week we welcome Ed Pedini to the podcast. Ed has worn numerous hats in the HR space, from practice director at an RPO helping start-ups scale their workforces, to Co-Founder of All2.io, an employee experience solution, to his current role as Director of Customer Success at SeekOut, an AI-powered sourcing tool for recruiters.
This week we welcome Bas van de Haterd to the podcast. Bas proudly identifies as a “professional snoop” — a title that captures his more than 15 years of experience as an HR consultant, candidate assessment and experience expert, and frequent conference speaker.
This week we share our thoughts on the recent announcement regarding the Glassdoor/Indeed partnership, and discuss the results of a recent poll we conducted regarding LinkedIn’s Workforce Diversity Report.
This week we discuss Gem’s recent “2020 Recruiting Trends Report.”
Topics include: the continued dominance of LinkedIn as a sourcing tool, the lack of basic email click and open tracking among recruiting teams, why a majority of TA leaders don’t think they need to understand “marketing” to do their jobs effectively, the connection between employer brand and marketing, the challenge of finding quality candidates when speed (e.g., time to hire) and cost are often the dominant metrics against which recruiters are measured, the prevalence and future growth of CRM’s, the top initiatives for TA leaders for the remainder of 2020, and the growing importance of data-driven recruitment marketing practices.
This week we discuss our recently published HR Digital Transformation: 2020 Trends deck, with particular focus on how the pandemic is accelerating the pace of change for organizations of all sizes.