I sadly wasn’t there, but I followed it ALL from Twitter (which is almost nearly as good I feel). This year’s #HRTechConf dominated social media and dominated the perspectives this week, so it’s only fitting to cover the best tweets and articles focused on HR tech in this weekly roundup. Enjoy (and seriously, check out the Storify, if only for the photos.)
Content of the Week
This Storify took a long time (do you know how many tweets there were total?!), but it was so worth it. Insightful, hysterical and entertaining, check out the best tweets from sessions, great opinions and awesome photos from this year’s HR Tech Conference.
Tweet of the Week
Kudos to the SmashFly team and everyone that shared our tweets and booth!
— HRmarketer (@HRmarketer) October 23, 2015
Articles of the Week
HR Tech 2015: Technology is Not Only Coming After Recruiters, But Sourcers Too by Tim Sackett (@TimSackett)
We believe technology isn’t coming after your sourcing work, its coming to help make your sourcing work easier and more valuable. Recruitment marketing automation technology will help recruiters and sourcers focus on quality and will help simplify the work so better processes.
#TChat Recap Live From #HRTechConf: Why Recruitment Should Be Transparent Marketing via Talent Culture (@TalentCulture)
It was live from HR Tech, and surprisingly quiet in the background! But really, this TChat on transparency and marketing in recruitment ended too quickly. Featuring powerhourse women from Montage and iCIMs, and of course or own CMO Lori Sylvia, Talent Culture hosted a great discussion that covered recruitment marketing, addressing third-party reviews and real-world examples from customers.
A Banner Year for HR Tech via HR Executive Magazine
An interesting Q&A with Sierra-Cedar’s VP of research and analytics talks about technology innovation, enterprise HR systems and the movement to mobile and the cloud.
HR Technology for 2016: 10 Disruptions on the Horizon by Josh Bersin (@Josh_Bersin)
From the emergence of apps to the focus on feedback and culture, Josh Bersin highlights some key technology disruptions for next year. We’ll add to that list: marketing automation for recruiting organizations. We predict more and more organizations will be using automation to better streamline sourcing, improve nurturing candidates in your talent network and better build core pipelines of specific talent.
#NextChat Recap: Sourcing and Recruiting for Diversity via SHRM (@SHRM)
It’s crazy how easy it is to read through tweets (it’s the 140 character limit that keeps everything simple and to the point). Here are some great insights and opinions on recruiting for diversity from SHRM.