For 24 years Bill Kutik has been Technology Columnist for Human Resource Executive, also serving as co-chairman of the magazine’s famous annual conference, HR Technology® Conference & Exhibition, since it began in 1998.
This week John Sumser interviews Hank Stringer, CEO of Stringer Executive Search a subsidiary of Novotus has 30 years of experience as a successful high-tech recruiter, entrepreneur, and recruitment technology innovator.
John interviews Linda Brenner, co-founder of the Recruiter Chicks blog and Managing Director of Designs on Talent. An expert on Talent Management and Acquisition, Linda ran talent management efforts for global companies before consulting for clients sporting household names at Skillsify and Designs on Talent.
As PeopleMatter’s Chief Operating Officer, Ken is responsible for driving PeopleMatter’s day-to-day-operations, as well as, aligning PeopleMatter’s resources effectively, and ensuring tight coordination across products, services, solutions, and architectures.
HRExaminer Radio Episode: 14 Date: Apr 5, 2013 Guest: Maren Hogan Bio: Maren Hogan is a seasoned marketer and community builder in the HR and Recruiting industry. She leads Red Branch Media, a consultancy offering marketing strategy and content development. A consistent advocate of next generation marketing techniques, Hogan has built successful online […]
HRExaminer Radio Episode: 13 Date: Mar 29, 2013 Guest: Steve Levy Steve is Managing Director of BlueWaterLabs, a NYC-based analytics, technology, and digital executive search firm and data science consultancy. Known for his combination of “old school | new cool” recruiting techniques, he’s on most people’s “Top List” of social recruiters and his […]
This week’s show features an interview with Michael Long aka the Red Recruiter. Michael is one of the few practitioners who mastered the use of employment branding in technical recruiting.
Circus acts, self-effacing entertainment, public service and lots of chotchkes are a necessary part of the mix. But, they are not sufficient to make a coherent marketplace for HR Technology. In order for the market to improve, potential customers need a quieter more conversation friendly place to encounter suppliers.
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