This Week in Talent (31 May)

This week we look at the popular recruitment tools your fellow peers are using today, what you need to know about Organisational Network Analysis (ONA), reflections from a recruiter who crossed over to the in-house side, what CTO of Accenture Paul Daugherty has to say about working with A.I., and more.
Enjoy these musings!

Your Talent tech stack for 2018

This isn’t one of those futuristic articles predicting recruitment might be enslaved by A.I. technology. It is about the real tools recruiters are using right now, check them out.

From agency to in-house Talent Acquisition – reflections on the last year

What can you expect when you take the leap? Hear from Benjamin Schwans, who did.

The role of Organisational Network Analysis in People Analytics

People Analytics expert David Green explores the practical uses of Organisational Network Analysis (ONA) and how it can enable you to understand how people feel and what they do. If you haven’t heard of ONA, now is probably a good time to learn more about this rising trend.

Looking for better candidates?

Is your organisation’s recruitment technology letting you down? Here are some A.I.-powered tools that can help.

LinkedIn global recruiting trends 2018

LinkedIn has dropped its 2018 global recruiting trends report and they’ve picked out the 4 key ideas changing how we hire – diversity, how we interview, using data and A.I. What else do you reckon should be on the list?

Don’t want A.I. to take your job? Learn to use it as a tool.

Wise advice from CTO of Accenture, Paul Daugherty, on how people should “lean” into A.I. instead of resisting it. Watch this video to learn more.

Home is where the hard work begins

Results from a survey of more than 10,000 Australian primary and high school students reveal that gender inequality could be weighing on women earlier than expected. Are you unwittingly perpetuating this trend?

Do you have any exciting news to share? Reach out and let us know!

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