HR Tech Newsbytes: Greenhouse, Paradox, Glassdoor

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A new season of The Greenhouse Podcast: People-first is now available. Hosted by Greenhouse Chief People Officer Donald Knight, the 8-episode season celebrates diversity as the key to fostering creativity and improving business performance, as well as spurring innovation and creating positive social good.

The new podcast series features executives and people leaders from forward-thinking organizations like Kickstarter, Uber, WPP, SoundExchange, Artsy and others which prioritize their people and foster a culture of hiring. People-first companies understand that their employees are their most valuable asset, so they treat all their people practices – especially hiring – as strategic, rather than administrative, functions. 

“We’re celebrating the work of leaders dedicated to building a people-first culture in their companies. Listen to the interviews in this series to get practical, sustainable strategies you can use to start making your own company more people-first from some of the most forward-thinking business leaders.” – Donald Knight, CPO at Greenhouse

 Paradox, the conversational recruiting software helping companies like Unilever and McDonald’s hire faster with fewer resources by automating recruiting work, today announced that it has achieved Workday Certified Integration status. Paradox, a Workday (NASDAQ: WDAY) Ventures Software Partner, now provides clients with a faster, more seamless integration that connects Workday Recruiting with Paradox’s interview scheduling.

This integration with Workday makes it even easier for talent acquisition teams to use Paradox’s conversational interview scheduling directly from Workday Recruiting. Based on a step and status API, a recruiter or hiring manager simply needs to move a candidate or applicant to interview status in Workday Recruiting, and Paradox’s conversational software will automatically handle interview scheduling — immediately looking for open time on a recruiter or hiring manager’s calendar and sending invites via text or email to the candidate and interviewer(s).

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“With Paradox, we saw the opportunity to improve and streamline our recruiting process. The Paradox and Workday integration makes interview scheduling simpler for our teams and our candidates, which allows us to save time while creating a faster, high-touch candidate experience,” said Chris Gunnels, Director of Talent Acquisition at Safelite. “We were initially attracted to Paradox because we saw a partner that thinks differently about building recruiting software. We’re excited by our continued partnership with Paradox as we work together to drive increased automation and efficiency in all aspects of our hiring process.”

Glassdoor, has unveiled new community features that enable users to connect authentically and anonymously with professionals at their company, industry, and beyond. Since launching 15 years ago, Glassdoor has increased transparency in the workplace through millions of ratings, reviews, salaries and insights. The company is furthering its vision of bringing radical transparency to workplaces everywhere by debuting a new Glassdoor app and desktop experience that lets users seamlessly toggle between insights, jobs and workplace conversations for real-time networking, advice and connection on a variety of topics where work and life intersect.

The cornerstone of the new Glassdoor is communities, called ‘bowls’, that allow users to join in conversations with other professionals on a wide range of topics, from Industry Bowls™ like tech or consulting to Interest Bowls™ like ‘Working Moms,’ ‘Black in Tech,’ and ‘Overheard at Work.’ There are also private Company Bowls™ where users can engage with coworkers and leaders at their company. With varying levels of anonymity, users have the option to post or comment with either their full identity, as an employee at their company, or with just their job title.

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