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AI is changing the hiring process, but will never replace recruiters

Matching individuals with the right jobs is the Holy Grail of HR and recruiting ... using signals to identify and eliminate poor quality sites, posts, and scams. AI will be embedded in every product i... read more

Within Israel’s cauldron of conflict, George Deek wants to redefine the future

are choosing to improve the quality of their lives within Israel. Both Jews and Arabs look to him as a kind of test case, and wonder: Will this work? Elad Ratson, director of research and development ... read more

Healthcare Services Group (HCSG) Theodore Wahl on Q4 2015 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

Revenues for the year increased over 11% to $1.44 billion, both quarterly ... is there any way to improve the recruiting so that you can meet that demand? Matthew J. McKee - Vice President-Strategy Th... read more

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Policymaking and Innovation Mindsets

There, my focus had been on supporting strong leaders as they created organizations capable of driving ever improving ... that's the "holy grail" of education policy. It's complex and requires cultura... read more

Duke Energy Corp CEO Hosts Annual General Meeting (Transcript)

The holy grail was to have it a $1 a watt ... As far as water goes there is impact for water quality and quantity and then there is also what do you do with flow back water, in open ponds, they can im... read more

New York Bar Exam Results By Law School: Open Thread (2013)

On Friday, California bar exam results came out (and 55.8% of applicants passed, with a pass rate of 68% ... In 2013, more than half of the state’s law schools were able to improve their pass rates, a... read more

Under 30 and out of luck: the age of entitlement truly is over

There is a yawning chasm between the prospects and prosperity of generations in Australia and our legislators seem unwilling to even acknowledge the problem, let alone tackle it, writes Ian Verrender. ... read more

Making South Carolina stronger

Making South Carolina stronger in 2016 will be about rising from the ruins to address challenges, improving the state and our lives ... Harbison has finally attracted the Holy Grail of big box retail ... read more

Money dictates final league positions

The Echo features quotes from Joe Beardwood underlining the Premier League paradigm that survival and mid-table mediocrity represents success for a moderately funded team like Everton. Joe Beardwood, ... read more

The uncertain future of public broadcasting

The future of public broadcasting is again uncertain ... Over 10 years, the Hawke and Keating governments screwed the ABC into the ground. Both the Labor and Liberal/National parties in government ind... read more

Jenny McCarthy still thinks vaccines cause autism

The web is abuzz about an interview antivax activist and public health threat Jenny McCarthy did with Time magazine. A lot of folks seem to think that McCarthy is backtracking on her claims that vacci... read more

Anger over million-pound gorge work ‘shambles’

£1.23m of funding was secured to renovate the site, improve access and make this hidden piece of our heritage accessible to all. But more than a year on from work starting, the site has become anythin... read more

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