Daniel Chait is CEO & co-founder of Greenhouse. Daniel has been a technology entrepreneur in New York for nearly 20 years. Before Greenhouse, he co-founded Lab49, a global firm providing technology consulting solutions for the world’s leading investment banks. Daniel is a proud graduated of the Computer Engineering program at University of Michigan.
This week: Powerful job search and discovery built for the talent industry from Google, Facebook Isn’t Just for Friends – Now It’s for Your Career, Zugata raises $7 million to make annual performance reviews obsolete, Amazon promises to change its ‘Hunger Games’ employee review process, Handshake nabs another $20M to make the job hunt more fair, and #CampusRecruiting. Sponsor: HR Open Source.
Oliver Ryan is the Founder and CEO of CountIT and a long time digital media entrepreneur. Count.It is a web platform which uses fitness tracking devices to reinvent community and workplace wellness programs.
This week: John’s update from the Recruiting Trends/Talent Acquisition Conference (LRP), Stacey’s update from the KronosWorks Conference, Wipro to acquire Appirio, and Accenture to Acquire DayNine.
Fairsail CEO Adam Hale has over 30 years in the technology industry. He was formerly Head of Software and European Technology at Russell Reynolds Associates, the leading executive search firm and before that ran large system implementation projects at Accenture. Adam is also a committee member of the Technology Leadership Group (TLG) for the Prince’s Trust.
Aris Zakinthinos was named a Top 25 CTO by InfoWorld and was a 2011 finalist for Information Technology Department of the Year by the American Business Awards. He specializes in building high-performing, scalable development organizations. He has a passion for technology and was a teacher before entering the corporate world. He earned his Ph.D. from the University of Toronto and completed post-doctoral work at Cambridge University.
This week: Glint garners $10 million Series C, iCIMS Appoints New General Counsel & Corporate Secretary, Big Issues Surrounding Big Data, No End in Sight for Rising Cybercrime, and Many Companies Require Non-Compete Clauses For Low-Wage Workers.
A serial entrepreneur with vast experience in starting and growing companies, Kent Plunkett is thrilled to be back at the helm of Salary.com, the company he founded in 1999. Kent holds an MBA from Harvard Business School and A.B. in Economics and Government from Georgetown University. He is a three time Inc. 500 CEO, a six-time Deloitte Fast 50 awardee and recipient of the 2007 Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of Year Award for business services.
Ryan Healy is the founder & president, Brazen Technologies, Inc., a venture-backed technology company that enables organizations to better engage and interact with talent through a chat-based messaging platform. Healy has been named one of Washington D.C.’s Top Entrepreneurs Under 40 and one of the Top 25 Online Influencers in Recruiting. He has nearly a decade of experience in the Human Capital field and has appeared in national media outlets including 60 Minutes, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.
This week: HRTech World Congress Update from Paris, Axonify raises $27M to gamify employee training without wasting your time, Parent Company Of Tech Site Dice Is For Sale, LinkedIn plots a place on the economic graph, launches Salary to chart what we earn, and the Pentagon seeks funds for new ad campaign to attract recruits.