Category: Reviews

Here’s the No. 1 Reason to be Bullish on A.I. for Recruitment

If you attended the HR Technology Conference in Chicago earlier this month, there were two buzzwords you heard more than once if you...

Careerbuilder Vets Launch Startup, Promising to Replace Resume, Job Postings

A recently launched app, tilr, hopes to make finding new employees as easy as swiping right on Tinder. It is the brainchild of Carisa...

For Employers Drowning in Their Own ‘Big Data,’ This Company Might Be a Lifesaver

“Big data” is more than a pair of buzzwords. For employers with, say, a resume database full of candidates, “big...

What Should a Nurse Applicant in Chicago Cost? This Company Can Tell You

We’ve come a long way since the mainstream introduction of paying for clicks to get candidate traffic. I can remember a presentation...

Here’s How Bonus.ly Empowers Workers to Reward Each Other

Next to “artificial intelligence,” “engagement” was all the rage at this year’s HR Technology Conference in...

getTalent

Need Talent? Try the new getTalent IOS app

Let’s be honest. The reason that your recruiting messages are not completely personalized is due to time.  It just takes too long to...

Hiretual

Just Released – Hiretual Version 3

I know that I have done a review of Hiretual before, but I am excited about the latest update. Currently, Hiretual acts like a...

GetBadges Hopes to Get Those Corporate Competitive Juices Flowing

Using badges to encourage competition and progress is nothing new. Whether we’re talking the military, the Girl Scouts or Foursquare,...

This Startup Hopes to Crush Upwork and Freelancer, One Text at a Time

The last time they counted, there were 53 million people doing freelance work in the U.S., which is roughly 34 percent of the entire...

Jaw-Dropping: ZipRecruiter’s Price Hike

They have to pay for all those TV and radio spots somehow. ZipRecruiter, founded in 2010, is probably now best known for allowing employers...

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