Matt Charney is the Chief Content Officer for Allegis Group and is a partner at Recruiting Daily. He also serves as an advisor to over 20 early-stage HR Technology startups, and his blog, Snark Attack, was recently named one of the world's top 20 business blogs by WordPress. He apologies in advance if you're offended. Podcast Hosted by Lore Epstein Audio Engineering by Afotey Odai
Matt Charney, Chief Content Officer at Allegis Global Solutions, talks to peopleHum on Automation of Hiring
Matt Charney is one of the topmost experts in the world when it comes to talent and technology. He is famous for his intelligent content. He is a partner at RecruitingDaily, the world’s largest destination for HR content. Matt’s personal blog, Snarkattack, is classified as an essential read by WordPress. In this podcast, Matt has expressed how automating HR is important and necessary in the workplace now!If you like the podcast, please click on like so we could keep producing more content like this!
Matt Charney, The Dark Prince of Recruiting Content
The Recruiting Animal
@MattCharney - LINKEDIN:Matt says: I'm a kick butt marketing and communications professional who specializes in creating smart, compelling content and campaigns that transform brand marketing into real business results. I've worked with some of the world's biggest brands as both a recruiting and marketing leader and have a proven track record of creating online & social marketing strategy, brand messaging & positioning - and delivered real, measurable & sustainable business results.Also Starring The Current Crew ofRegulars: Jerry Albright - Michael G Cox - Cathy Mannis - Alan Fluhrer
FLASHBACK: Craig Fisher and Matt Charney of Allegis meet Alan at RecFest 2018
The People Podcast
Craig and Matt - who head up marketing for Allegis - spoke to Alan Walker of #ChatTalent at RecFest 2018. They spoke about the difference in recruitment innovation between the UK and the US market (suprisingly, they think the UK is ahead), the unique event that is RecFest - and how they've both played a part in its incredible growth - and then gave Alan the runaround for 8 minutes. Probably the most fun interview Alan did at RecFest.
Matt Charney: “Me Too” Messaging Does Not Attract People to Join Your Company
Hire Power Radio
It all comes down to your messaging in everything from your job descriptions to how you contact people. Today we are tackling this issue! Today's Quote: "Words empty as the wind, are best left unsaid" -Homer The problems with messaging, specific to recruiting Hard part is getting a response How to not be boring *** Messaging. Pure copyrighting... translating HR speak into people speak Getting your message right Job Descriptions are taken from compensation documents - messaging is not getting people to convertwhy? Positioningzig when everyone else zags. learning agility. Move in the opposite direction Key is getting someone to opt in to communication. Client: the two most effective searches were billboards & radio. Another was linkedin. Framework for fixing your messaging Marketing perspective Turn hr speak to plain English. Targeted messaging. *** 1 shot to attract a person. crafting 121 communications. Headline & lead matter most... read the first 140 characters. Topic header- Twitter Text messaging - sms automation tools! Use of Humor ***Opening a wound Performance metrics The actual content of the work (Uniqueness) Call to Action Pick up the phone and call- differentiator! Managed perception on both side Tools: Spokeo, Icims, text recruit Takeaway- volume is not a good thing. Talent trends are real Matt Charney is the Executive Editor and Partner for Recruiting Daily and the Chief Content Officer at Allegis Global Solutions, the largest staffing and recruiting firm in North America. Matt focuses on the intersection of human capital and technology; his blog, Snark Attack, was named one of the top 20 business blogs in the world by WordPress, and his work has appeared in publications such as The Wall Street Journal, Wired.com, The Harvard Business Review, Outsourcing Magazine, HR Magazine.
SMACtalk Ep 61: Digital Transformation of the HR department with Matt Charney and Mason Stubblefield
Once upon a time, it felt like the only time an employee dealt with HR was when they were hired, when they left the company and perhaps when they had a question about their insurance or another benefit. All in all the HR department has over the years earned a reputation as a bit of a stranger to the everyday employee. However, that reputation is changing. In this week’s SMACTalk, the second in our series partnership with Adobe Document Cloud, we explore the future of Human Resources and HR Tech. This week Mason Stubblefield from Adobe and Matt Charney, known HR Tech Influencer joined hosts Brian Fanzo and Daniel Newman to discuss the transformation of the HR department; covering where we are now, where HR needs to go and some of the challenges and opportunities that exist. A few of the questions that Charney and Stubblefield tackle on the show include: How has HR changed the most over the past few years? What impact have new technologies and tools had on how HR functions? Have we seen increased collaboration between HR and LOB? How else has HR improved collaboration with the organization? Real time feedback has always lacked in HR. What are some of the trends to improve that and increase employee engagement? Employees are more and more becoming extensions of brands. How can companies manage that while allowing employees to help with the brand story? While the opinions of thought leaders Mason Stubblefield and Matt Charney tended to be similar as to the need for change in HR, it was interesting to hear from each their different views on the questions where Stubblefield provided some wonderful examples of how change is being accomplished inside of an enterprise like Adobe and Charney brought a fun, and sometimes slightly jaded view of the HR field and put a strong onus companies to strive for more employee, candidate and technology centric models that helped HR evolve fast! One thing is for sure, there is massive disruption taking place inside the HR department as the role is moving from administrative support to the internal marketing champion for brands as well as the catalyst for employee engagement. Listen below or on iTunes here What is SMACtalk Live: For an audience looking for a business centric multimedia experience on the topics of Social, Mobile, Analytics, and Cloud, they will have to look no further than to S.M.A.C.talk LIVE. Founded in 2014 as a weekly podcast, S.M.A.C.talk was featured as an iTunes “Top 10 New & Noteworthy” for Technology and Social Media. With hard hitting conversations on not only the technology but how it relates to business and the future of work, listeners can count on this podcast for a straightforward analysis that makes the future of technology more accessible and a whole lot more fun. Find out more about SMACtalk Live: http://www.SMACtalk.Live If you want to chat about having SMACtalk Live at your event or chat with our hosts please follow them and reach out to them on twitter: @iSocialFanz & @DanielNewmanUV
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