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Recruiting Automation/ Talent Acquisition/ technology/ blockchain/ Operations/ bots

Bitcoin's Blockchain Technology for Recruiting

Image Credit:TheDigitalArtist / Pixabay It was just a few years ago that we started seeing the popularity of Bitcoin on the rise and only months ago that we watched this new form of currency reach[…]

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Recruiting Automation/ Candidate Experience/ Sourcing/ Talent Acquisition/ colloquium/ cxr recommends/ future/ interviews/ Leadership/ meetings/ roadmap/ College Recruiting/ Diversity/ Executive Search/ Operations/ podcast/ Analytics/ Branding & Marketing/ careerxroads

CareerXroads 2018 Roadmap

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Recruiting Automation/ talk/ Video/ social talent/ Talent Acquisition/ Leadership/ artificial intelligence/ chat/ machine learning/ roundtable/ AI

Talent Acquisition Talks with Social Talent: featuring Chris Hoyt & Gerry Crispin

It was our pleasure recently to travel to Dublin, Ireland and meet with the entire Social Talent team in an effort to catch up on what they're developing and sharing in the industry. While there, […]

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liberal degree/ recruiting/ Recruiting Automation/ Talent Acquisition/ technology/ Leadership/ stem

The Future of Work: STEM Training Is Important, But Likely Not Enough

Image credit:777546 / Pixabay For the past few years, many companies have been going "all in" on STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics) initiatives when hiring towards tomorrow. […]

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Recruiting Automation/ Talent Acquisition/ unilever/ Algorithm/ Leadership/ artificial intelligence/ College Recruiting/ featured/ Operations/ AI/ bots/ hirevue/ pymetrics/ recruitment automation/ college hiring

The Recruiting Robots Aren't Coming... They're Already Here

recruiting/ Recruiting Automation/ Operations/ machine learning/ AI/ Analytics

I, Robot [Recruiter]

Isaac Asimov's series, I, Robot, written in the 1940's fired the imaginations of a generation of post WWII kids. By 1950 Alan Turing had converted Asimov's science fiction stories about 'Robbie'[…]

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