Future of Recruiting Articles

  • 8 Innovative Ways Companies Are Using Virtual Reality to Recruit

    July 18, 2017

    It’s not Tron, it’s reality—virtual reality (VR) and augmented reality (AR) that is. Once confined to cheesy science-fiction movies, VR and AR have gotten super popular lately, from the success of video games like Pokemon Go to advances in filmmaking and even therapy. But one area that AR and VR is really making waves in is recruiting, with lots of companies...

  • “Work Sucks,” Says Ex-Google HR Head: 6 Tips to Change That

    June 28, 2017

    “Work sucks,” says Laszlo Bock—Google’s SVP of People Operations from 2005 to 2016—speaking at the SHRM 2017 Conference. He’s actually a pretty positive guy, but he’s quick to admit that most workplace cultures could use some work. “Work sucks,” he repeats, “unless you make it better.” And since we spend most of our waking hours working, it’s really, really...

  • 3 Futuristic Ways Companies Can Automate Candidate Screening

    June 5, 2017

    No, we don’t have chrome jetpacks or lunar vacations just yet, but we’re still living in the future—and that means there’s a whole bunch of bleeding-edge tech tools to help recruiters like you automate the most tedious part of your job: screening candidates. Here are three ways companies are using new, futuristic tech solutions to automate the screening process....

  • The Story of This 70-year-old Intern May Be The Next Hot...

    May 8, 2017

    When you hear the word “intern,” you probably don’t think of a 70-year-old retiree. But that’s exactly who Sally Susman, an EVP at...

  • Is Talent Today Active, Passive or Neither? 3 Recruiting...

    March 23, 2017

    The recruiting industry has long talked about “purple squirrels” — but it’s talked about “passive candidates” even longer (LinkedIn...

  • Why “Interactive Recruiting” Is the Future of Talent...

    March 21, 2017

    At least several times each day, I get pitched new recruiting technology. I honestly can’t believe how much money is being spent...