Weekly Roundup: Top Headlines In Talent Acquisition, Sept. 29, 2017
Welcome back to another ConveyIQ Weekly Roundup. We’ve gathered five interesting articles from HR and Talent Acquisition experts so you don’t have to. Enjoy!
Artificial Intelligence, or AI, has been a hot topic in the recruiting industry lately, as many thought leaders debate the potential ups and downs of emerging technology. FairyGodboss CEO Georgene Huang makes a compelling argument for how digital interviewing and the right ATS system can help hiring teams make more informed decisions and improve their time-to-fill.
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An Applicant Tracking System, or “ATS,” is one of the most common tools hiring teams use to organize and store job applications and candidate information. There are many different types of ATS systems out there, so how do you determine the one that’s right for your company? In this article, MightyRecruiter offers up some tips on how to choose a system that best fits your organization’s needs.
The relationship between recruiters and hiring managers isn’t always an easy one. But according to Gregory Lewis, it’s one of the most important parts of creating a strong hiring dynamic. Lewis comments on insights from Recruiting Toolbox founder John Vlastelica to frame how recruiters and hiring managers can improve their workflow and collaborate more efficiently (without all the headache.)
Women face unique challenges when moving up the corporate ladder. But having more female leadership can actually help improve company culture and increase your bottom line. In this article, Catherine Oliver, of the Sky’s Women in Leadership initiative, outlines ways companies can foster career development for women in the workplace.
Establishing a strong company culture is the first step toward creating an employer brand that resonates with potential candidates. In this article, Sharlyn Lauby dives into two major themes behind creating an cultural identity: trust and emotional intelligence. This article is part of a larger series focusing on the fundamentals of company culture.