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Weekly Roundup: Top Headlines in Talent Acquisition, May 25, 2018

Posted by The ConveyIQ Team

Welcome back to another ConveyIQ Weekly Roundup. Here’s the latest news and updates that made headlines in the HR community this week.
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IdeaRocket

7 Best Company Recruiting Videos You Need To Watch Now
Recruiting videos are great assets to show off your company culture and encourage people to apply to open positions. They offer an insider's perspective on the office space, team structure, and company values. These are all pieces of information that people want to know before applying to openings and that excite candidates throughout the hiring process. That's why strong videos matter. Take a glimpse at some of the top recruiting videos, and learn why they perform well!
 

ERE

Facebook Quietly Upgrading Job Search, Marketplace Growth Impressive
Glassdoor, LinkedIn, Google for Jobs, Indeed. Top organizations in the talent acquisition space are making big moves toward enhancements to the job application and hiring processes. Now, it's time to add Facebook to the list. Mark Zuckerberg recently announced some impressive statistics on Facebook's Marketplace feature. While not solely a job board now, this social media site could quickly grow to be a serious player in the industry with 2.2 billion daily users. You may find your next job on Facebook!
 

HR Dive

More than a quarter of Glassdoor applications are for jobs outside the applicant's metro area
According to a new Glassdoor study, over 25% of job seekers look for jobs in cities outside their metro areas. One of the big reasons this is happening is because of unique and intriguing company cultures. It's even more important than salary. The top destination for job seekers is San Francisco, CA,  with New York, New York and San Jose, CA coming in as close second and third locations, respectively.
 

HuffPost

Your Next Boss Could Be An Algorithm
The talk of the town these days is undoubtedly artificial intelligence (AI) and its future impact on workplace trends and capabilities. Have you ever wondered, though, if your boss could be a robot? A study by the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development found that for every worker who loses a job to automation, two face changes in the way they work. These changes could happen at high levels of leadership, too. It could be the world we come to live in, with AI taking over everything from mundane job tasks to driving your car.
 
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