It’s safe to say that 2020 has not gone according to plan for anyone this year. Between fluctuations in employment and hiring, and complying with quarantine rules, companies have had to lean on technology and automation to adapt to the ever-changing twists and turns of talent acquisition. Luckily, there are industry experts we can rely on to provide timely, useful information about HR tech, the industry at large, and their prediction for what’s next. Here are a few of our favorites.
Rally Recruitment Marketing Part community, part blog/resource hub, Rally focuses their content on typically overlooked, yet important topics like employer branding, recruitment marketing, automation, CRM, and the candidate experience. Their founder and CEO, Lori Sylvia, is a marketing veteran who created Rally to support recruitment marketing practitioners. Rally hopes to close the gap between what candidates expect, and what businesses deliver. Check out their post on the recruitment automation tools to use when applications surge.
The Tim Sackett Project Tim Sackett refers to himself as an HR/Recruiting Talent Pro, and we would have to agree. He’s currently the President at HRU Technical Resources – a $40M IT and Engineering contract staffing firm and RPO. Between his blog and his podcast, HR Famous, Tim and his team cover everything from industry news, advice, and the occasional hot take. In this webinar, he discusses the new normal for hourly hiring with Madeline Laurano.
Recruiting Daily Recruiting daily is a content creating machine. Producing at least two articles per day, podcasts and webinars, William Tincup and his team cover trends, technology, sourcing, recruiting, and everything in between. Whether you’re a recruiter or a VP of talent acquisition, Recruiting Daily will have useful information for you. #HRTX, Recruiting Daily’s virtual event and workshop, recently covered sourcing, recruiting, and high-volume hiring challenges.