Here is our weekly feature in which we share the top articles we enjoyed from the past week about recruitment marketing, social recruiting and other recruitment trends. In this article, we’ll be talking about data ownership, digital talent acquisition, strangers, robots as board members and the NFL Draft.

I’d also like to share the articles from us this week that you should check out:

Blog Post: My First Year: A Look Forward, A Look Back (by Scott Fowle)

Blog Post: Investing in Technology: Should a Technical Founder Matter?

 

Here are the articles that interested us (in no particular order), enjoy!:

 

 Who Owns Data by HR Examiner (@HRExaminer)

A great collection of articles from the HR Examiner team on data in HR.  I particularly like the Data Principles post by John Sumser.

 

Predictions for the Future of Digital Talent Acquisition: Content by James Ellis (@thewarfortalent)

The first post of a 3 part series that is worth a read.  I single out this post as Content and Messaging is one of the biggest skill gaps I see with recruiting organizations today that will need to be filled quickly.

 

Why Strangers Don’t Get Good Jobs by Lou Adler (@LouA)

Nice post by Lou on eliminating the bias of interviewing strangers for your employment opportunities.

 

The machine gets its “Seat at the Table” by Steve Boese (@SteveBoese)

Interesting take on a bizarre story that might actually make some sense.

 

Four Talent Lessons From the NFL Draft by Susan LaMotte (@SusanLamotte)

I’m a sucker for sports analogies and this is a good one as we evaluate and attract talent to our organization.

 

Hope you enjoy the list and please connect with me there via Twitter @smashfly.

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