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What this TA vet learned from scaling up hiring at General Motors

Kyle Lagunas, the former head of recruiting for GM, discusses burnout, the need for true CRM and the challenges vendors face in meeting client needs.

GM is building a ‘zero emissions talent pipeline.’ What that means for TA

HR Tech Virtual keynote speaker Kyle Lagunas reveals how General Motors plans to hire 12,000 new employees with the help of 150 recruiters and new HR tech. 

Here are the latest people moves in the HR technology industry

These are the latest moves around the HR tech industry.

AI Bill of Rights: Why it’s the beginning of what HR, HR tech need

HR tools that rely on artificial intelligence should be tested before deployment for bias and monitored regularly to ensure they are safe and effective, according to the new guidelines.

HR Tech Quick Hits: Microsoft vet joins skills startup; the rise of chatbots

Also, meet DailyPay’s new chief operating officer.

Why the recent job numbers reveal a looming crisis for TA leaders

Recession fears appear to be on hold as employees retain the upper hand in recruitment and hiring. Upskilling, however, is critical.

What Employ’s latest acquisition says about the ATS market

The company's recent purchase of Lever is a big deal, consolidating 500 million job candidates onto Employ's platforms.

Is your new hire the right fit? This talent platform can help

The candidate has accepted your job offer; now predictive talent software can reveal whether they're a good fit for your corporate culture.

10 themes from HR Tech Virtual to help you prepare for the coming decade

Insights related to the Great Resignation, burnout, purpose and learning were among the highlights of the 2022 conference.

Here’s the TA tech driving GM’s recruiting

As the automaker pursues a zero emissions future, its head of TA had to turn around its overburdened and under-resourced recruitment team.

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