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Jun 27

T3 – @CaymanHRGuy Takes Over The Project – #SHRM17 Recap of @Beyond_Com rebranding as Nexxt

My buddy Chris Bailey, Director of People & Organization at PwC, was at SHRM National this year, and I wasn’t. So, he sent along a post for the blog! I asked him to stop by and review Beyond that rebranded as Nexxt. Enjoy!  Make sure you follow Chris on Twitter @CaymanHRGuy!  Whats Nexxt? What Tics? […]

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Jun 20

T3 – @HireVue’s “Introduce Yourself” is a pretty cool Recruitment Marketing tool

This week on T3 I’m talking about the video interview and assessment platform HireVue. Most people know HireVue as the high-end video interview platform, but HireVue found out a couple of years ago that they could turn all of this video data into some really great pre-hire assessment/predictive data on which interviewee you should hire. […]

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Jun 13

T3 – Where are they now? The Ladders edition!

Remember The Ladders (they go mostly by “Ladders” now)? You know the website where you could search 6-figure jobs that no one else had access to! Founded in 2003 as a job board members-only site where they guaranteed every job listed on their site had a starting salary of at least $100,000 or more. It […]

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May 30

Which Applicant Tracking System (ATS) Should We Use?

I’ve said this a number of times, but it’s the question that never goes away. It’s the single most asked question I get in person, online, through email and messaging. There hasn’t been a week go by in the past two years where I’m not asked in some form this question! I get it! Talent […]

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May 23

T3 – @Ascendify – Intelligent People Management

This week on T3 I review the end to end talent acquisition platform Ascendify. Ascedify currently is a cloud-based platform that is completely mobile and social enabled, combining all of your talent acquisition technology needs in one platform. Ascendify is also adding talent management to its platform as well and you’ll soon get performance management and […]

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May 16

T3 – @Skillscout – Experiential Hiring through Videos

This week on T3 I take a look at the employment video development company Skillscout. Skillscout is a platform for employee-generated recruitment videos. They help you develop job videos and work samples to help organizations hire candidates who are a better fit for the job and the organization. I became aware of them when I posted […]

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May 9

T3 – Workmates – Team Engagement & Collaboration

This week on T3 I take a look at the workplace communication and collaboration app Workmates. Workmates is a slack-like communication app designed by the SMB HRIS technology HRCloud. I’m a fan of HRCloud, great core HR platform for a very reasonable price, so I wanted to see what Workmates was all about. HRCloud is offering […]

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May 2

T3 – Karen.ai – Cognitive Recruiting Assistant

This week on T3 I review the new recruiting artificial intelligence called Karen. Karen.ai provides candidate screening and candidate conversation service to improve brand interactions and improve your organization’s talent. You’ve probably heard this technology called a chatbot. That simplifies the concept, but it also misses the mark on what technology like Karen actually does. […]

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Apr 25

T3 – 100 HR & TA Technologies You Need To See!

My friend William Tincup over at Recruiting Daily put out his quarterly HR & TA Tech watch list recently and I wanted to share it with you. It’s a great list that covers technologies ranging from: Recruiting, sourcing, onboarding, LMS, HRIS, engagement, assessments, time and attendance, etc. It’s a really great way to help keep […]

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Apr 18

T3 – Google Jumps Into the ATS Market

So, Google announced last week that it is getting ready to launch an applicant tracking/job posting technology called Google Hire. Google already has a number of smaller technology companies in beta, but the so far very little has leaked out from anyone on the experience and capabilities. Google does have an initial splash page up […]

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