I’m a huge fan of Oregon Ducks football. I’ll just put that out there for anyone who doesn’t me yet. So I was doubly interested to hear Hall of Fame safety Chad Cota join the “Recruiting with Andrew Nemec” radio show to discuss, well, recruiting. As Cota described, coach Willie Taggart faces hiring challenges that aren’t much different than those we confront every day. “There are two generations that any coaching staff really has to ingratiate themselves to when they get started,” Nemec[...]
Instead of fearing the machines, let's use them to build a digital HR ecosystem that empowers people through technology.
At the close of 2014, we began focusing on the trends that would shape the staffing industry in 2015 and beyond, particularly as firms of all sizes began investing in performance management software to draw from the wellspring of Big Data. HR technology today is no longer a luxury or a simple way to automate processes for operational or cost efficiencies -- it’s essential[...]
It’s an exciting time to be a recruitment professional. Employers are racing to find skilled workers, yet their internal resources can’t keep pace with the job orders piling up on their desks. That’s why more companies are turning to the staffing industry for help. Even then, however, positions go unfilled and the war for talent rages on. Why? Because agency recruiters face limitations that independent recruiters have overcome. You might be hesitant, thinking that the latest recruitment[...]
I am thrilled and excited that HR West has invited me back to speak about talent acquisition strategies at its 2016 event in Oakland, California. HR West showcases ongoing innovations in the technologies and techniques that underpin the power of the workforce solutions industry, while never losing sight of the fact that as HR practitioners, humanity remains at the heart of everything we do. This philosophy is one that I share and embrace.