Talent Insights: November 2017

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Your Talent Insights for November 2017:

Cade Metz of the NY Times discuses how big tech companies are willing to pay AI experts millions in Tech Giants Are Paying Huge Salaries for Scarce A.I. Talent.

Graeme Johnson with British Telecom suggests how to engage a business to drive significant improvements for candidates, hiring managers, and employer brand in The Search for The Best Interviewer.

Lou Adler explores the quality of hire KPI in How to Improve Quality of Hire by Using Supply vs. Demand Analysis.

Dr. John Sullivan explores the talent advisor model in The Future of Recruiting — the Talent Advisor Model Dominates.

Raj Mukherjee of Indeed explores how AI is increasing in the hiring process in AI is changing the hiring process, but will never replace recruiters.

Tim Sackett suggests HR should consider rehiring past employees in At 4% Unemployment, 2nd Chance Hires Are Looking Very Attractive.

Balazs Paroczay discuses how to measure recruiting and sourcing ROI in Sourcing ROI Calculator.

Mahe Bayireddi with ERE shares new EU recruiting laws in Recruiting Candidates in Europe? Familiarize Yourself with the Updated GDPR Requirements.

Bloomberg has published an annual report on the state of the human resources function in HR Department Benchmarks and Analysis -2017.

 

Curated by Nina Merklina and Chuck Solomon in Chapel Hill, NC. 

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