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Jeff Mills

  Bias has been and continues to be prevalent in nearly every aspect of daily life, and the level of bias is different in nearly every instance. From simple things like: which person do you

Recently I was asked to participate in a podcast regarding recruiting technology and how small businesses can filter through the clutter of information and solutions out there. Feel free to listen to the whole podcast

2017 has been a great year of change and advancement in SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting and SAP SuccessFactors Onboarding. We have added a number of great pieces of functionality like landing page creation, improved reporting, mobile

When you hear about conversion rate, most people immediately think of ecommerce sites like Amazon.com where they made “conversion” a household term. Ecommerce sites live and die on conversion rates and some see dramatic change

For decades, companies have clamored to improve the user experience of websites for visitors. This, as most digital platforms, had gone under a transformation over the years. At first, websites were built by hand with

At the end of August, it will be sweltering in Las Vegas, not just because of the temperatures but because of the hot topics we will be covering at SuccessConnect in the Recruiting and Onboarding

I am happy to say that Recruiter.com recently published a report naming SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting the top mobile recruiting tool. I am a firm believer that first to market does not always mean best in

We cannot be more proud that SAP SuccessFactors Recruiting has been named a Leader in the IDC MarketScape: Worldwide Recruiting in Integrated Talent Management 2016 Vendor Assessment. IDC MarketScape vendor analysis model is designed to

Over the last two decades we have watched the face of recruitment applications and solutions change dramatically – first with applicant tracking systems, then job posting, recruitment marketing and a slew of ad hoc hiring

Over the last decade, companies have had to make a big shift in how they portray themselves as employers. Before the mass-market adoption of the internet, companies had bright, shiny brands. And 95% of the