Join JobSync as we talk with Graham Thornton, Co-Founder of Change State as he challenges attendees to be a “candidate for a day” and experience how job aggregators are killing your candidate’s experience. Graham will discuss the negative impact of how job aggregators scrape jobs and create a circle of jobs sending candidates from aggregator to aggregator never delivering the candidate to the employer and what can be done about it.
Also joining the conversation is Amber Brown, Sr Manager of Recruiting Strategy and Marketing at TaskUs. Amber will be sharing her organization’s experiences with erroneous job posts from job aggregators and the impact it has on her candidates and recruiting efforts.
Attendees will be able to share their own experiences with job aggregators and ask questions live.
No sales pitches. No boring presentations. Just good conversation!
JobSync, an HR Tech Start-up working to create better candidate experiences by fixing the broken apply process many companies face, today announced the hire of David Bernstein as VP of Partnerships and Industry Relations.
“I could not be more excited than I am to have David join our team. In his new role, David will spearhead the development and expansion of partnerships with Job Boards, ATSs, and other key service providers in the talent acquistion space. David brings an incredible set of experiences…
JobSync was selected by Nucleus Research as one of its “Hot Companies to Watch in 2021.” As one of only 10 companies selected, JobSync was highlighted for its ability to deliver complete native applications from the job site directly into the ATS saving recruiter time allowing “organizations to increase their applicant rate, reduce cost-per-click ad spend, and improve their talent pool’s overall quality.” Nucleus anticipates JobSync to maintain momentum highlighting JobSync’s “ease of deployment, cost-efficiency, and minimal intrusion to an organization’s existing infrastructure making it an easy choice for businesses looking to improve top of the funnel candidate experience.”