It is still a challenge for many HR and Recruiting organizations simply to manage the volume of applicants that they are seeing for many positions, and to have the ability to spend the time and resources attempting to ensure they are engaging with (and hiring) the very best people that they can. The volume can often make expediency win out over making informed decisions, and in front-line, customer-facing roles this has the potential to cause pretty significant problems for the organization.
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That’s when I realized that there are many people who still don’t purchase their radio experience. They listen to local radio. These are some of the same people who argue that they don’t have time to learn social media, to read a blog, to learn a new tool or technology.
Florida? August? That can only mean one thing… HR Florida! As in past years, this conference does not disappoint. From the most well-oiled executive committee to the venue to the content, this is one not to miss. This year, I was back with my HR…
In this episode, I interview Bill Kutik and Steve Boese, co-chairs of the event. You’ll hear about some of the new, exciting changes coming for attendees this fall as well as their take on the state of HR technology in general.