How do you stay up-to-date with recruitment news? Along with email newsletters and maybe even subscriptions to magazines (if you’re old school like me), Twitter is likely one place you’ll go to keep ahead of the curve and get useful advice. But, as we all know how much noise there is on social networks these days, we’ve put together a list of recruitment experts on Twitter so you can follow industry influencers who really know their stuff.
As if dominating the search, mobile and productivity worlds wasn’t enough, now Google wants to be your go-to recruiting platform.
Many small businesses struggle with recruitment; when they advertise a position they either don’t receive enough applications, or they are flooded with resumes: a large percentage of which are not relevant or don’t have any of the right skills.
Enter Google Hire. The company’s applicant tracking offering leverages machine learning and AI for recruiting, as it marks the start of its attempts to improve the hiring experience for both businesses and candidates through the use of its search engine.
More than two thirds of companies in 2017 are likely to invest in predictive analytics to better score their leads. Does this spell the end of salespeople in favor of robots?
According to Amit Bendov, the CEO and co-founder of Gong.io, it might, unless you can add value to what the technology can do for your customers.
Lead generation is one of the most important, yet complex and imperfect parts of selling (or marketing). There are often more questions than answers in the lead generation strategies deployed by any organization– regardless of business size or industry, it’s a common problem.
Uber doesn’t seem to be doing much right at the moment. The crowdsourced ride-hailing firm has faced accusations of sexual harassment and fraud (among other things), and now has admitted to underpaying its drivers in New York City. Uber was taking commission out of the fare including sales tax, rather than the pre tax amount. And drivers dispute whether they should be paying the tax at all. So how do you make sure you pay gig economy workers fairly (and legally)?