Meghan M. Biro, CEO, TalentCulture lead a SmartSearch SmartPractices webinar that addressed the growing interest in artificial intelligence (AI) and how it is impacting talent acquisition and staffing.
Dr. Alan Lasky, VP at Universal Background Screening discussed the intricacies of background screening candidates and employees and what every hiring company must know to stay compliant and avoid litigation.
Shally Steckerl, President of The Sourcing Institute, explains techniques on how to use the Deep Web for discovering people, groups, and data to uncover tough to find talent.
Shally Steckerl, President of The Sourcing Institute, explains how to use the newest search techniques with Facebook’s most recent changes to commands and Graph Search.
Justin Turner, AVP National Sales at Leoforce, LLC explains the ever-changing talent acquisition technology landscape and how artificial intelligence, machine learning, and analytics keep growing and are on the rise.
Ian Bellais, Director of Business Development from Verified First, explains the core concepts of a well-designed background check and staying within EEOC compliance, along with what constitutes best practices in the changing legal landscape for background screening.
Scott Wintrip, author of High Velocity Hiring: How to Hire Top Talent in an Instant, addresses how better-interviewing methods improve precision and speed, why creating talent communities is a big advantage, and shares best practices to increase your talent wealth.
Andy Rice, Principal and Lead Strategist at Black Box Consulting discusses why there is a critical business need for companies to align their talent acquisition initiatives with the overall business strategy of the organization.
Chris Voss, an award-winning FBI negotiator, presents on the needed skills for proper and effective negotiating. During the presentation, he provides practical tips for using tried and true techniques to advance your negotiations and gain a distinct advantage during these interactions.
Meghan M. Biro, CEO, TalentCulture discusses the value of using mobile and texting to source and recruit candidates, and how using these same technologies can successfully engage and retain them as employees.
Jonathan Segal, esq., explains how conscious and unconscious discrimination in hiring creates employment infractions. He shares practical tips on what legally can and cannot be asked during an interview and how to avoid the common legal traps where the conscious and unconscious mind can affect hiring.