Technology, cloud computing and data continue to transform the talent acquisition space, and specialists need to stay ahead of the curve to attract talent, tech leaders said June 28 at the 2017 Talent 42 Tech Recruiting Conference.
Talent acquisition specialists must create a technology road map that will work in tandem with human resources and IT road maps, suggested Nick Mailey, vice president of talent acquisition at financial software company Intuit in San Francisco. "Developing that tech road map is critical," he added.
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Recruiting Tech Tools
"Keeping up with technology is a part of your job in talent acquisition," said William Tincup, president of RecruitingDaily.com in Dallas-Fort Worth. He recommended several tools for talent acquisition specialists…
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