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Top 12 recruiting software for hiring technical talent

Hacker Earth

Continuing our two-part post on technical recruitment (Read: What is technology recruiting? ), we put together a list of recruiting software tools tech recruiters can use, in no particular order. Top recruiting software tools are. Recruit (HackerEarth). Download our FREE eBook: A complete guide to Talent Assessment Software . Tech recruiters can build a tech pro’s profile from digital signatures gathered from these social sites.

How Your AI-Driven Recruiting Software Could Lead to Legal Trouble Instead of Better Candidates

Linkedin Talent Blog

Jaimi says that as recruiters and hiring managers navigate the ever-changing topography of AI-driven tools, they need to understand what the law has to say about it. She notes that often these companies also tout that their products eliminate human bias. “It

The Recruitment Process Checklist Every Recruiter Needs

Yello

To efficiently and effectively identify, assess and hire talent, companies are investing in recruitment operations strategies to streamline their recruiting efforts, improve hiring processes, and speed things up. A Start-to-Finish Recruitment Process Checklist.

Conference Twitter Primer #HRtechConf 2018

HRmarketer

Once again using HRmarketer software, we analyzed the #HRTechConf conference website and tweets to come up with the following Conference Twitter Primer — all the information you need to socially prepare for the world’s largest HR technology conference and exposition hall! Diversity !=

The recruitment process: 10 things you need to master to succeed

Workable

We’d love to tell you that the recruitment process is as simple as posting a job and then choosing the best among the candidates who flow right in. There are 10 main areas of the recruitment process that, once mastered, can help you: Optimize your recruitment strategy.

Can The Digital Economy Make Hiring Fair?

SAP Innovation

One set of researchers studied companies that emphasized meritocracy and how executive-level and equally performing men and women were compensated. It’s well known that once orchestras began using screens during auditions the number of women musicians who won seats in prestigious symphony orchestras increased. Recruiting start-up GapJumpers is using the same approach – although they’re using television show “The Voice” as a model. We all like to think we’re fair, right?