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Ep 31: The Rapid Evolution Of Talent Acquisition

In this episode Matt Alder talks to Jennifer Boulanger Head of Global Recruitment at

It has become very clear from the research I’ve been doing this year that Talent Acquisition is developing in complexity at the fastest pace we have ever experienced. To be truly successful at recruiting in today’s agile business environment employers needs the right mix of expertise, technology, process and data.

My guest this week is Jennifer Boulanger who is Head of Global Recruitment at

In the interview we discuss:

• The challenges have faced recruiting 5000 people in the past year

• Global mobility in tech hiring and the tools and techniques that make it successful

• Applying marketing thinking to Employer Branding

• The journey is taking towards data driven Talent Acquisition

Jennifer also discusses the technology use to manage recruiting and provide a great candidate experience and shares her thoughts on technology trends for the future

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