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The Source of Hire. TAtech Thought Leadership Report

  

Andy Hibel Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer HigherEd Jobs, Joins TotalPicture host Peter Clayton at TAtech Spring Congress

Premiers on May 18 2017
Andy Hible, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer, HireEd Jobs, TotalPicture interviewAndy Hibel

Do employers know there's a problem identifying the source of candidates?

Joining Peter Clayton today on Totalpicture's HR and TA Technology Channel is Andy Hibel, Co-Founder and Chief Operating Officer of a company which owns and operates academic career and employment websites, HigherEdJobs.

Andy led a session at the recent #TAtechChicago Congress to discuss the source of hire, an important issue for job board operators and recruiters, and an issue with as many opinions as complexities. 

  • Why is this still and issue? Why is it important?  What should be done about it?

A little background... Last year, HigherEdJobs listed nearly 215,000 jobs at 5,394 colleges and universities, with an average of over 1,400,000 unique visits per month. Virtually all of these jobs come directly from the school to HigherEdJobs. HigherEdJobs' growth over the past 20 years has established it as a trusted resouce and leader in the academic recruitment field.

In 2009, the company started hosting HigherEd Careers, a monthly internet chat with higher education experts, on HigherEdJobs.com. HigherEd Careers' aim is to meaningfully explore current topics that affect jobs of the higher ed community. Over the years, HigherEd Careers has featured college, university and community college presidents, Google leadership, association experts, Congressional leadership, and an astronaut.

Marc Coleman - The Future of Work

  

HR Tech World has in 5 years grown exponentially from 400 to 6,000 attendees. For the first time ever, HR Tech World is coming to the United States! San Francisco, June 14-15

Published on May 16 2017
Marc Coleman, Founder & CEO HR Tech World, TotalPicture interviewMarc Coleman

The Founder and CEO of HR Tech World, Marc Coleman, runs the largest global Enterprise Network focused on the Future of Work & Technology. Since 2011, HR Tech World has been the fastest growing international HR show at the cutting edge of the debate on the Future of Work, creating a unique environment where C-suite executives and decision makers can both discuss and explore practical solutions to the challenges posed by technology. Hosting over 400 enterprise leaders in 2011, to as many as 10,000 in 2017 at shows in London, San Francisco and Amsterdam.

Welcome to a special HR Technology Channel Podcast on TotalPicture. I'm your host, Peter Clayton. I'm proud to report that TotalPicture is a Media Sponsor of HR Tech World in San Francisco. Joining me today is the Founder and CEO of HR Tech World, Marc Coleman.

Marc's career has been truly global. He started out on his journey at Microsoft in Seattle during its fastest growth period, before being headhunted by Optiva/Sonicare, one the fastest growing companies in the United States at the time. Prior to contributing to the Future of Work community, Marc lived in the Asia Pacific region and enjoyed a highly successful career navigating the world of sports and business events for 6 years. During this period Marc managed an event portfolio that included: the America's Cup New Zealand, FIFA Football World Cup in Japan, the Breeders Cup World Championships at Santa Anita, China's first ever Formula One Grand Prix in Shanghai, The World Oil & Gas Summit Dubai, The World Cup Rugby Australia and The Asian CEO Summit in Hong Kong.

Marc has helped build 7 start-ups during the past 10 years and has advised 100s more as they have started out in the fields of technology, future of work, research and events over the last couple of years on both sides of the pond. Marc was educated in Ireland and has a Higher Diploma in Quality Management, Applied Biology & Physics, a BSc in Microbiology and an MSc in Biotechnology.

What to Consider When Choosing an Applicant Tracking System

  

Susan Vitale, CMO of iCIMS, Looks at the HRIS Marketplace, the Surveys, the Hype, and What Matters When Evaluating an ATS

Published on April 13 2017
Susan Vitale, Chief Marketing Officer iCIMS,TotalPicture interviewSusan Vitale

We are back talking about Applicant Tracking Systems - ATS. Why? Because love them or hate them, they are a key piece to the talent acquisition, recruiting and HR puzzle. Applicant tracking systems not only impact talent acquisition, recruiters, HR, employer branding, and hiring; but job candidates as well.

If you are applying for a job on a company website with more than 100 employees, chances are very, very good you're using an applicant tracking system to do so.

We are also going to talk about surveys regarding ATS' today. As with most things involving choice architecture, you really need to look at the methodology, the data sets, and read between the lines. There are many surveys done each year ranking applicant tracking systems: the 'best' systems, the fastest growing, the largest in terms of market share, the most popular, etc. You need to ask yourself, "who conducted this survey, and what is their objective?" More on this later.

Two years ago, Josh Bersin wrote about the significant growth and importance of the $400+ billion HR marketplace in the U.S., estimating that between 5-8 percent is spent on tools and technology. So we're looking at something close to a $3 billion industry here in the U.S. As Josh points out, companies who invest heavily in their HR departments and systems, see a significant return in terms of happy employees, better retention, better engagement, less turnover, and a much stronger employer brand. Making it far easier to hire high-potential candidates.

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Ranking the Top Applicant Tracking Systems

  

Rob Kelly, CEO of Ongig, Shares the Methodology His Company Used to Rank the Top 70 ATS's

Published on March 25 2017
Rob Kelly, CEO Ongig,TotalPicture interviewRob Kelly

 

I met Rob Kelly, CEO of Ongig through Jonathan Duarte. In speaking with Rob, I quickly realized I had used his company's ATS Survey in an interview with Bill Kutik, discussing two of the better-known Applicant Tracking Systems, Taleo and iCIMS.

Ongig first began reporting on top applicant tracking systems in September 2014 and after 30,000 people read one post on it, they decided they had found pretty good Internet flypaper, and updated it for 2016.

Part of my conversation with Bill (and you'll find a link to that podcast in the sidebar), had to do with the fact that there are numerous surveys out there ranking ATS market share - and they are remarkably different in their results.

So I asked Rob to join us for an HR Technology Channel podcast on TotalPicture Radio to discuss Ongig's methodology in creating their list of the Top 70 Applicant Tracking Systems used by Companies.

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Vendor to Vendor: The Growth of HR Technology Alliances

  

Examples and Statistics on the Growth of Solution Stacks and Technology Alliances in HR and Talent Acquisition from Industry Expert Ward Christman

Published on March 06 2017
Ward Christman, HR Tech Alliances - TotalPicture Radio interview with Peter ClaytonWard Christman

As everyone in HR, talent acquisition, sourcing, and recruiting knows whose paid attention over the past decade, the $14 billion HR technology industry has seen a massive amount of mergers and acquisitions. The 'big three' players: Oracle, Workday, and SAP SuccessFactors, continue to grow their suites and solutions through acquisition. Hardly a week goes by without a new deal being announced.

There's another strategy, however, that many vendors in HR and TA technology are pursuing behind the scenes, outside the headlines and hoopla generated when another merger or acquisition is announced. These vendors are creating partnerships, alliances, and solution stacks to better serve their clients, add new capabilities, and better compete. The TAtech Spring Congress has an entire track called TAtech Business Accelerator, facilitating scheduled meetings and interaction between the many venders attending. Other regional conferences are creating vendor 'speed dating' opportunities as well.

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