Podcast by PeopleScout
Communication and the Candidate Experience with Jose Carbia of Change Healthcare
In this episode of Talking Talent, we talk with Jose Carbia, the vice president of talent acquisition at Change Healthcare about the role of communication in the candidate experience.
Talent Market Trends in 2021 with George Tate
In this episode, we’re talking about talent acquisition market trends.
After one unprecedented year, we’re now living through another. Cases of COVID-19 are falling, vaccinations are rising and employers are hiring again. How is all of this impacting talent programs like RPO?
Joining me to talk about this is George Tate, PeopleScout’s Senior Vice President of business development. George is a reputable sales leader with more than two decades of experience in human capital management technology. George has built top-notch, high-growth sales teams in the enterprise, mid-market and small business segments.
Women in Leadership: What it Means to Lead in 2021
This episode of Talking Talent was created in honor of International Women’s Day, March 8. We reached out to our diverse group of female leaders at PeopleScout. We heard from women from all around the world and at all levels of the company – from executive leaders to team leaders and managers – about what it means to be a woman in leadership in 2021, how they got there and how to create work environments where even more women can succeed.
Talent Technology for 2021
In this episode of Talking Talent, we’re continuing our look at 2021 and what it holds for talent leaders. This time, we’re looking at technology.
We know that talent tech is going to play a large role in the upcoming recovery, and employers that implement and use the right technology are going to have an advantage.
So, what are the biggest technology opportunities for 2021? And what has the past year changed about our relationship with technology?
Joining us to talk about these questions is Anna Turner, PeopleScout’s new Vice President of Product. Anna is responsible for leading the vision, strategy and roadmap for PeopleScout’s product and service portfolio.
COVID 19 Series: How a Structured Approach to Contingent Labor Can Ensure Business Continuity
In a hurricane, tornado or other catastrophic event across the American south, the Waffle House is one of the last or only businesses that remains open. The concept is so famous that FEMA has used the Waffle House Index for the last decade when assessing the severity of storms.
How does the restaurant chain do it? And how can you replicate that idea?
Our panelists are Jen Torres, Senior Vice President of Client Delivery at PeopleScout; David Corrigan, Business Development Manager at PeopleScout; and Nicki Chipp-Flohr, Vice President of Strategic Accounts at PeopleReady.
You can view the webinar here: https://www.peoplescout.com/insights/waffle-house-index-contingent-labor/
COVID-19 Series: How the Pandemic Impacts Talent Program Implementation
As the COVID-19 pandemic continues and talent leaders around the world respond to the constant uncertainty, many are partnering with RPO and technology providers. Meanwhile, hiring and technology needs are changing quickly and frequently, which necessitates a nimble partner who can scale quickly. However, the days of implementing new programs in the traditional ways are over. Specifically, there are no days-long, in-person kickoffs or hands-on, face-to-face trainings. Now, it’s all virtual.
At PeopleScout, Emily Gordon has risen to the challenge of building partnerships and implementing new talent programs without even a handshake. She has more than 21 years of experience in talent acquisition and has overseen sourcing, continual process improvement and client implementations. In particular, her expertise is in transitions, process improvement, team building, client relationship development and operational delivery.