#WorkTrends Recap: Recruiting Trends and 2017 Predictions

The world of recruiting and talent acquisition has evolved over the past few decades… and changes are predicted to continue well into the near future.

The HR Technology space is teeming with options and competition with new companies coming onto the scene every day. Many will see a bright future, but others will barely see the light of day.

This week, special guest host Tim McDonald hosted Talent Board co-founder and chairwoman Elaine Orler to discuss recruiting trends and predictions for the next year.

Tim and Elaine discussed what trended this year and where they think the industry can and will go.

Here are a few key points that Elaine shared:

  • Businesses need to define what they want versus what they need before they shop for HR tech platforms
  • Social media is now moving more to interactions and awareness of where people are
  • Recruiting technologies fail because of the inability of the business to be prepared for new solutions

Did you miss the show? You can listen to the #WorkTrends podcast on our BlogTalk Radio channel here: http://bit.ly/2fLzgEK

You can also check out the highlights of the conversation from our Storify here:

Didn’t make it to this week’s #WorkTrends show? Don’t worry, you can tune in and participate in the podcast and chat with us every Wednesday from 1-2pm ET (10-11am PT). Next week, on Nov 16, I will be joined by William Keiper, CEO of FirstGlobal Partners LLC and best selling author, to discuss the new epidemic hitting the workplace, cyber slacking.

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