Category: Reviews

Moving On Up: How SmartRecruiters Went From Startup To Enterprise Success Story.

Originally launched as a “freemium” offering, SmartRecruiters filled a significant capability gap in an industry long dominated by...

What Happened When Email Automation Almost Killed Someone?

Let me tell you a story, as told to me by someone involved. Candidate (let’s call him Steve) applies to a company to be a custodian. A...

Email Productivity

Are You Using Gmail Productively?

Sending and reading emails is a major time suck. If you need more time in your day, learning how to manage your email should be at the top...

Tech Candidates are Getting Easier to Find. Tool Review: AmazingHiring

One of the reasons that recruiters are so valuable is because they know where to find candidates. Tech candidates seem to be more elusive...

Is Your Tech Candidate Hirable? Hireables Will Let You Know.

Hireables is a tool that allows you to source filter and sort tech talent found on GitHub who are most likely looking for a new job. So how...

gitDiscovered

This is Where Developers go to gitDiscovered!

Built by software engineers, gitDiscovered is a tool that scrapes programming communities like GitHub and Stack Overflow to find...

recruiting technology favorites

A Few of My Favorite HR Tech Things 2016

I may not be Ellen or Oprah, but every year, I see the good, the bad, and the ugly of HR and Recruiting Technology. Every day, we are...

European-Based Job Today Raises $20 Million, Eyes U.S. Market for Mobile-First Platform

How long has the recruiting industry been saying, “This is finally the year of mobile”? I’ll put it at roughly 2008. The...

HireVue Goes Beyond Video Interviews to Tackle Artificial Intelligence

Trovix was my first contact with what I envisioned A.I., or artificial intelligence, to be when it came to recruitment. It was 10 years ago...

Espresa Hopes to Bring Google-like Employee Perks to Every Company

Google has been the inspiration for many vendors in our industry. I could argue, for example, that Indeed mirrored Google’s business...

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