Talk Videos from In-house Recruitment Technology Conference 2020
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About the Event
In-house Recruitment Technology Conference #IHRecTechTechnology’s role in recruitment continues to grow at a remarkable rate. From facilitating talent attraction to streamlining candidate experience, it enables us to hire better, faster and cheaper. There’s no denying that technology is a key element in recruitment innovation.
On the 30th of January 2020, we kicked off our conference series for the year with the In-house Recruitment Technology Conference!
Ellie grew up in Oxfordshire and left school at eighteen as so many of us do – without a set career path. She was, however, abundantly clear that she didn’t want to go to university, so it was rather ironic that she swiftly proceeded to secure an HR apprenticeship at Oxford University.
She eventually moved into the tech world with Adestra before joining Oodle, who were recently awarded 14th place in the Times Best Companies to Work for 2020.
As always, we covered plenty in our latest episode:
How Ellie got her current job by drawing up a list of the tech companies she wanted to work with in Oxford and reaching out to their CEOs directly.
How a great first interview and one highly personalised gesture convinced her that Oodle was the company for her.
Using Zapier and GetFeedback to build a low-cost pulse survey to help ‘temperature check’ staff.
Systemising the candidate and onboarding experience, whilst also building in time for people to personalise each person’s experience.
Cultivating a business culture built on open feedback with weekly team meetings and quarterly ‘town hall’ meetings for the entire company to ask questions of the senior leadership team.
How Ellie put her HR and business skills to good use, volunteering for a charity that helps protect vulnerable children in Africa.
He began his career at RBS Group in 1986 and held roles that included setting up and leading a lending centre and leading call centre operations, before moving into Human Resources just under a decade ago. He moved to Direct Line Group in 2011 where, as head of resourcing, he successfully led the separation of the recruitment function during Direct Line Group’s separation from RBS Group.
In 2013, Jason took up his current role as Head of HR Operations and, in 2014, his team won the OnRec award for Best Use of Mobile and Best Outdoor Campaign at the CIPD Recruitment Marketing Awards. This year, they were named Payroll Team of the Year at the Ceridian Customer Awards and won the RAD (Recruitment Advertising Design) award for Outdoor, Events and Experiential and the OnRec award for Creative Offline Marketing.
An expert in the development of new business enterprise sales, with a consultative selling approach, forging excellent business relationships with clients and negotiating sales through effective sales techniques and powerful solution demonstrations.
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