CareerBuilder In the News

March 7, 2018 Matthew Tarpey

In case you missed it, here are some of the latest news stories featuring CareerBuilder products, research and experts:

1. Say Hello to the New CareerBuilder

SHRM posted a Q&A with CareerBuilder CEO Matt Ferguson in which he talks about CareerBuilder’s transformation, investments in AI, how the Talent Discovery Platform makes sourcing faster and easier, how initiatives like RightSkill are helping prepare the workforce of the future, and more.


2. The Future of Recruiting

Matt Ferguson also contributed comments to SHRM’s piece: 4 Trends That Will Shape Recruiting in 2018


3. Cyber Security

CareerBuilder’s CIO Anthony Dupree was interviewed by the Global CISO Forum Podcast regarding AI and his plans for protecting CareerBuilder clients and users against online threats. 


4. Transformative Tech

Mary Delaney, president of onboarding solutions at CareerBuilder, was featured in an HRO Today piece on transformative technology in HR, which also referenced CareerBuilder research.


5. Small Businesses, Big Innovation

HR Dive published 7 Creative Ways Small Businesses can Encourage Employee Innovation, written by Pete Jansons, vice president of CareerBuilder’s New Business Group.


6. Biggest Interview Mistakes

CBS News,  CNN Money, Fast Company, and Bloomberg BNA were among the news outlets covering CareerBuilder’s annual study on the biggest interview mistakes.



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