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Jason Nazar - Comparably Takes on Glassdoor, LinkedIn and


How reliable is anonymous data? Jason Nazar, co-founder and CEO of Comparably Joins Peter Clayton to Discuss His Tech Startup.

Published on January 05 2017
Jason Nazar, co-founder and CEO of Comparably - TotalPicture Radio interview with Peter ClaytonJason Nazar

We've all seen the many news reports detailing the proliferation of fake news. Fake news sites, spreading fake news on Facebook and other social media sites -- especially considering evidence suggest that the fake news phenomenon impacted the recent Presidential election. (According to Pew, 44% of American adults get their news from Facebook). In my book, that's terrifying.

Which is a cleaver lead-in to this: How reliable is anonymous user-submitted data on sites like Glassdoor?

In an SHRM article written by Caryn Freeman, titled, Companies Fight Bad Online Reviews with Lawsuits, she writes, "As social media continues to impact consumer decisions - 67 percent of people are influenced by online reviews, according to SEO consultancy Moz-some companies are taking legal action against negative reviews on websites."

I'm sure many of you who've followed the growth and popularity sites like Glassdoor,, and LinkedIn are aware of a number of  lawsuits and subpoenas being filed to reveal the identities of anonymous users.

Welcome to a HR Tech/TA Technology Channel Podcast on TotalPicture Radio, I'm your host, Peter Clayton.

Joining me is Jason Nazar,co-founder and CEO of Comparably, a tech startup taking on Glassdoor, LinkedIn, and as the best new online destination for job monitoring, transparent salary, and culture data. The word disruptive has become cliché - I almost hesitate to use it... but I believe disruptive is the only adjective to accurately describe what Comparably is up to.


Hashtags on Steroids - the New HRmarketer


Mark Willaman Demos the latest jaw-dropping features in HRmarketer Insights. Seriously.

Published on March 17 2015
Mark Willaman, Founder and CEO of HRmarketer Softward -TotalPicture interview with Peter ClaytonMark Willaman

HRmarketer provides a unique and valuable resource for HR brands, talent acquisition leaders, industry influencers and key analysts wanting to enhance their visibility and improve their knowledge of the HR marketplace.

Welcome to a HR Technology Channel videocast and podcast. I'm Peter Clayton, producer/host of TotalPicture. Today, my guest is the Founder and CEO of HRmarketer Software, Mark Willaman.


Hashtags on Steroids - the New HRmarketer from Peter Clayton on Vimeo.

If you work in the HR and/or talent acquisition space, especially in a marketing, sales, or advertising role, I'm sure you are familiar with HRmarketer, and probably use the software. For the ten years I've covered this industry, HRmarketer has been THE place to keep track of conferences, events, speaking opportunities, research, and used for news distribution.

Over the past several years, Mark, along with his team of developers, have continuously improved the product: especially as a discovery tool across social media platforms, called HRmarketer Insights. And this is where we will spend most of our time with Mark.

Want to know the 5 top articles this week for a specific topic? You can customize the Insights dashboard to tell you just that, along with popular HR topics, what to blog about, what's trending on social networks, and who's engaging with you. Much of the dashboard can be customized, including an area called Brand Comparison Relationships.

Although our interview is available as both a videocast and podcast, I encourage you to watch this interview: Mark is going to demo some of the brand-new features and capabilities available in HRmarketer Insights that will definitely get your attention!

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How Data and Mobile are Changing the Face of Talent Acquisition


Ivan Casanova, SVP Marketing at Jibe, Inc. Details how marketers are becoming data scientists.

Premiers on March 05 2015
SVP Marketing at Jibe, Inc. video produced by Peter Clayton - TotalPicture Media Ivan Casanova

Video from Global #HRU in New York, recorded by TotalPicture February 6, 2015:

Ivan Casanova is the Senior Vice-President of Marketing at Jibe, Inc., which provides cloud-based recruiting technology solutions for talent acquisition teams to help them identify, attract, and engage top talent.

In this highly interactive session, Ivan discusses the importance of mobile technologies in the recruiting process, and the convergence of traditional marketers to data scientists. At the session, Ivan announced the creation of the new Data Driven Recruiter educational resource.

Videos recorded at Global #HRU New York are sponsored by RecruitiFi, a unique new category of recruiting that connects top recruiters with companies looking to hire exceptional talent.

Founded in 2009 on the principles of improving both the job seeker and recruitment professional experience, Jibe is on a mission to transform hiring. Jibe empowers companies to optimize recruitment, providing talent acquisition professionals with software for data and analytics, mobile-optimized apply, talent networks, social referrals, and job distribution solutions.

Jibe is headquartered in New York City and is backed by top investors, including Sapphire Ventures, Longworth Venture Partners, Polaris Partners, DFJ and Gotham Ventures. For more information, please visit and follow @Jibe on Twitter.

How Dirty is Your Data?


Big Data equals big opportunities, along with big risks when managing employee, candidate, and customer databases.

Published on February 26 2015
Interim CEO of Ringlead, Donato Diorio interviewed by Peter Clayton - TotalPicture Radio Donato Diorio

"I make my living off the evening news
Just give me something
Something I can use
People love it when you lose
They love dirty laundry"
Dirty Laundry: Written by Don Henley

Welcome to a HR Technology Channel videocast and podcast on TotalPicture. This is Peter Clayton. When it comes to corporate data breaches, there's been a whole lot of Dirty Laundry recently: from Sony to Home Depot, JPMorgan, eBay, Target, and most recently Anthem. According to Bloomberg, "Since 2005, more than 75 data breaches in which 1,000,000 or more records were compromised have been publicly disclosed."

Today, that's one topic will cover with an expert in database marketing, "dirty data" and data security, Donato Diorio. It's been years since Donato has been on TotalPicture. And I'm very happy to have him back!

Recognized as a thought leader and speaker on Data Quality and Recruitment; two diverse areas technology dependent and process-driven, Donato's mantra is "Build technology that is the right balance between automation and human interaction." Executing this vision has delivered consistent innovation for Broadlook and now the RingLead-Broadlook combination.

Oh, and one more thing... This just in... check the side bar for a link to Donato's new blog, SalesFiction "Gaming LinkedIn Data" to learn how recruiting pros use Boolean search strings.


In Your Pocket - Meet Your Potential Manager and Co-Workers


Sparc - Vine for Hiring Managers and Recruiters. An Interview with CEO Maury Hanigan

Published on February 07 2015
Maury Hanigan, Founder and CEO, Match-Click interviewed by Peter Clayton, TotalPicture Radio Maury Hanigan

Yea! I get to interview a woman tech executive! A self-described nerd and tech-head. Welcome to an HR Technology Channel Podcast and Vodcast on TotalPicture Radio with producer/host Peter Clayton.

Yes, we're shooting video (after all, we are talking about a video job app). Joining me is Maury Hanigan, the founder and CEO of Match-Click, Sparc an award-winning recruitment tool that "helps employers engage passive candidates."

PLEASE NOTE: SINCE THIS INTERVIEW WAS RECORDED, THE NAME OF THE COMPANY HAS CHANGED FROM MATCH-CLICK TO SPARC. I met-up with Maury a few weeks ago at her office in New York City, and after seeing a demo of Match-Click, wanted to have her on the show. The concept of Match-Click is really interesting, and believe many corporate recruiters would find this edge solution to be an effective tool for engaging potential passive candidates to - at the very least, open the recruiter's email.

Sparc is very simple to use, lives in the Cloud, and requires no installation or back-end configuration with corporate database systems. Have a listen... or watch the video.

Stay tuned. The video version of our Exclusive interview with Maury Hanigan will air Saturday, January 31st!


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