Thad is the CEO of Talroo, a data-driven job advertising platform that helps hiring managers reach the candidates they need to build their essential workforce.
It’s hard to get your head around the changes in the labor market over the past couple of years, and especially over the past few months. We’ve gone from mass layoffs to “the great resignation” to regret over changing companies. Pay, benefits and company culture dominate discussions on both job boards and within boardrooms; and many people have simply decided to go their own way, seeking stability in starting their own companies or diving deeper into the gig economy.
No matter how you look at it, recruiting and retention is more complicated than ever. This discussion tries to simplify some of that complexity as we dive into recruiting psychology.
Thad brings a lot of great insight into the current labor situation and I’m sure there’s something here that will help if everything you’ve tried hasn’t worked.
Thad Price is CEO at Austin-based Talroo, the award-winning talent data-driven job advertising platform, where he provides leadership, strategy, and guidance to all departments. With more than 17 years of experience in online recruitment and the job search vertical, Thad is a recognized thought leader in the HR/TA space. He genuinely believes that there is no industry that plays a more integral role in the economy. Thad uses his cross-functional experience to turn client feedback into innovative products that help companies hire better. Under Thad’s leadership, Talroo continues its mission of disruption in the industry. Prior to joining Talroo, he was a VP of Business Development at Job.com.
LinkedIn at https://www.linkedin.com/in/thad-price-2368b/
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