I recently came across an interesting article about the unintended consequences of driverless cars. This is a negative consequence.
Podcast consumption is growing rapidly. According to a study by Edison Research, Americans spend about 2% of their daily audio consumption time listening to podcasts. Also, according to Apple, there are over 250,000 different podcasts with over a billion subscribers. That’s amazing for a medium that’s really only been around for about a decade. I […]
The face of recruiting has changed greatly over the last decade, but the tools our industry uses have essentially stayed the same. While there are a few that are able to offer what a recruiter really needs the same old standard ATS that most of us use has been around for decades. This creates a […]
Will Poor Soft Skills Accelerate the Use of Robots? Over at Fast Company Lydia Dishman looks at a study by the McKinsey Global Institute, and argues that This is the Hidden Challenge in the Future of Work. The study mentioned several factors in the world of work, such as unemployment and workforce participation by women and the […]
What Does Artificial Intelligence Mean in Human Resources and Recruiting? One of the most talked about trends in HR and recruiting has been AI and artificial intelligence. Artificial intelligence is defined as “an ideal ‘intelligent’ machine [that] is a flexible rational agent that perceives its environment and takes actions that maximize its chance of success at some goal.” […]
In Donna Svei’s “Why Your Fancy Resume is So 2015,” the executive resume writer explores why “fancy” resumes are a thing of the past. After asking a large group of recruiters whether or not they read resumes on their mobile devices, Svei learned that an overwhelming 88% of recruiters reported that they indeed did. In […]