Recruiting Automation Roundup: HR Technology Edition

September 14, 2018 at 10:17 AM Sydney Cohen

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This week, Entelo took Las Vegas to participate in one of the largest events in the industry, The Human Resource Executive, HR Technology Conference. This legendary event brings together leaders in the industry to share actionable advice and perspectives on the ever-changing HR and recruiting space. Attendees have the chance to learn from the best, network with one another and comparison shop for the most advanced technology, over the course of three days all under one roof. This week’s roundup is dedicated to getting you up to speed on what everyone was talking about at HR Tech this year.


Diversity and Inclusion Technology: Could This Be the Missing Link by Stacia Garr, RedThread Research in partnership with Carole Jackson, Mercer
The past year has seen a focused surge of energy on diversity and inclusion in the workplace. The intensity of this momentum is not only rapidly transforming how companies think and act—it is also inspiring dozens of tech companies to develop new tools to meet the rising tide of action.


Tweets from #HRTechConf That Make You Think, by Chris Russell via HR Tech Insiders
"The careers that everyone in this room have didn't even exist when we were in college." @randizuckerberg tells a room of #HR execs at #HRTechConf in Vegas. #TalentTransformed #futureofwork - @IBMWatsonTalent


Podcast: From Buzzwords to Best Practices: HR Tech 2018 with Sarah Brennan by Sydney Cohen via Entelo Blog
The focus on recruiting and sourcing is a recent trend of HR Tech. “It took a long long time for recruiting vendors to attend this show and even longer for recruiting practitioners to start attending.”



Podcast: The Folly of Searching for a Silver Bullet - Talking Shop with Tim Sackett, via Hiring On All Cylinders 

We reminisce about CDs, rue the stubborn reluctance towards progress, and how to find the treasure trove of data that you already own.

 



From star studded keynotes from Randi Zuckerbrug and Mike Rowe to 80 different product launches, this year’s HR Tech certainly lived up to expectations. One of our favorite parts was giving away printed copies of our newest book, Recruiting Automation For Dummies. If you didn’t have a chance to get yours, be sure you download it to learn more about this burgeoning category and how you can make it work for your company.

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