Join us for an engaging and informative webinar. In conjunction with Oracle Human Capital Management Users Group (OHUG), we are proud to present: Wed, Sep 23, 2015 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT Half recruiter, half computer is the augmented reality of the modern talent acquisition professional. Technology is highly reliable with repetitive tasks, and […]

SHAKER Announces Strategic Partnership with EmployeeScreenIQ Companies Join Forces to Help Employers Recruit More Effectively and Improve Quality of Hire CLEVELAND (September 1, 2015) – SHAKER, the market leader in custom simulations for pre-employment testing, today announced details of its new strategic partnership with EmployeeScreenIQ, a global provider of employment background screening services. The resulting […]

Industrial-Organizational Psychologist Carter Gibson, Ph.D., Joins SHAKER’s Insights Team Gibson’s Statistical and Analytical Expertise to Support SHAKER’s Innovative Virtual Job Tryout Technology CLEVELAND (September 29, 2015) – SHAKER, the market leader in custom simulations for pre-employment testing, today announced the addition of Carter Gibson, Ph.D., as an analyst in the innovative company’s Insights Team and […]

Human Resource Management Impact Award Winner

September 30th, 2015 by Joseph Murphy

SHAKER and a banking client selected as winners of Human Resource Management Impact Award. Organizations are recognized for developing highly effective, evidence-based approach to assessing candidates and hiring right-fit talent. SHAKER along with its client, one of the largest bank holding companies in the U.S., will be recognized as winners of the 2015 Human Resources Management (HRM) Impact […]

Talent Analytics Maturity Model: Big Data vs Big Insights

September 28th, 2015 by Joseph Murphy

Companies are tasked with the need to pinpoint the type of talent they need and find the candidates who most closely match their criteria. The challenge is moving beyond traditional recruiting processes and avoiding the distraction of notional exploration and making inferences from the ever-increasing data available via the Internet. Organizations committed to a superior […]

Intel and the Candidate Experience Awards

September 28th, 2015 by Joseph Murphy

Intel is looking for intel. And they found a great deal of meaningful and useful insights from their Candidate Experience Awards data. Allyn Bailey is Talent Experience Architecture Manager at Intel Corporation. In this short interview with Joseph P. Murphy, part of the volunteer CandE Council, she explains why Intel takes advantage of the Candidate […]

Capital One and the Candidate Experience Awards

September 28th, 2015 by Joseph Murphy

Capital One likes to learn from experience.  And, by participating in the Candidate Experience Awards, they have learned a great deal. Listen to what Christina McClung, Senior Director, US and International Card Recruiting at Capital One, has to say about the advantages of participating in the Candidate Experience Awards. SHAKER is proud to be a Platinum Sponsor […]

Make a Precision Hiring Decision Webinar with OHUG

September 21st, 2015 by Joseph Murphy

SHAKER, in conjunction with OHUG will present a webinar titled, “Precision Hiring Decisions: Using Simulations and Machine Learning to Improve Your Candidate Experience and Optimize Recruiting.”  The content covered in this program will help you improve quality of hire.  WHEN:Wednesday, September 23, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. EDT. WHERE:For additional information and registration, visit:  DETAILS:Historically, the […]

2nd Annual Candidate Experience Symposium

September 7th, 2015 by Joseph Murphy

The CandE Awards program has validated that talent acquisition leaders and employers care about all of the stakeholders in the recruiting process. Join us in Fort Worth for the 2nd Annual Candidate Experience Symposium. Meet the 2015 CandE Award Winners and talent acquisition leaders from across the country and various industries to learn from their best […]

Lessons from Lake Wobegon and Quality of Hire

September 2nd, 2015 by Joseph Murphy

“…and the children are all above average.”  Wouldn’t be great if you could say that about your candidates?  Garrison Keillor’s famous ending line to his Lake Wobegon monologues offers us an opportunity to ponder how that idea can be applied to our mental model for HR Analytics and practices for staffing process improvement. Let’s begin with […]