Talent Analytics Articles

  • How Microsoft Uses This One Type of Data to Get Ahead of Talent Trends

    November 20, 2018

    Whatever your role — sourcing, recruiting, assessment, onboarding — there’s pressure on you to do it well. So consider the role of Justin Thenutai at Microsoft: He leads the Excellence team for Global Talent Acquisition. Nooo pressure there. His job? Simple. Find “talent that can change the world.” Justin’s Excellence team supports that huge ambition with...

  • NYC vs. DC: How Amazon's Two New HQs Compare on Talent

    November 15, 2018

    The Amazon HQ2 selection has been nothing if not exciting to watch. Like a battle royal wrestling match, we waited with bated breath, as 238 cities were gradually disqualified to leave just one standing. Which made it all the more shocking when Amazon announced that two cities would share the title of HQ2: Crystal City, VA, in the Greater Washington D.C. area...

  • These are the #1 Most Recruited Jobs in Tech, Finance, Retail, and More

    November 5, 2018

    The second-most recruited role on LinkedIn overall is enterprise account executive—and it’s also the #1 most recruited job in the tech industry. That's according to our latest report, The 33 Most Recruited Jobs and How to Proactively Grow Your Talent Pipeline, which covers the most in-demand roles across industries and job functions (like sales, operations, and...

  • How an Autodesk Recruiter Used Data to Reset Her Hiring...

    October 29, 2018

    Jennifer Kopatz has had to deal with demanding hiring managers before. But earlier this year, when a long-time Autodesk hiring manager...

  • How a World Cup Star Was Discovered Using Data—and What It ...

    July 13, 2018

    As you and nearly a billion other people settle in to watch Sunday’s World Cup final, pay particular attention to No. 13 for the...

  • 7 Essential Recruitment Marketing Tools (and How to Use...

    July 12, 2018

    Data is that overachiever we all hate—never wrong, always telling the truth, wants to contradict popular opinion, and yet always seems...