Facebook is changing. So much so that it’s getting hard to keep up with all the news. From social VR to updated news feeds, the social media giant is clearly trying to do something. It may have been a rough couple of years for Facebook, but it’s still one of the most popular platforms for businesses – provided you can break through the new algorithm.
I don’t have to tell you that Netflix is a revolutionary company. They changed the way we watch movies and TV. They set the bar for company culture. They transformed the hiring manager and recruiter relationship. And now, they may have unwittingly become the precursor to the next big thing in staffing: blockchain.
It’s mid-January, so naturally, influencers across dozens of industries are rolling out their predictions for the year. The recruiting industry is particularly sensitive to new trends. Each year brings new buzzwords, technologies, and best practices that continue to change how we recruit. And if you’re in the talent acquisition business, you’d best keep up.
Do you remember getting assigned to group projects in high school? If you were lucky, you’d get to work with a few of your favorite classmates and everything would go smoothly. Once in a while, though, you’d end up getting stuck on a team where either one person didn’t pull their weight, or the group as a whole just didn’t seem to mesh. By the end of it, everyone would be so exasperated that nobody cared about turning in subpar work and barely scraping by with a C-. Unfortunately, this[...]