The broad, visionary content of the Job Board Summit 2018 is difficult to encapsulate in short takeaways—the speakers covered everything from recruitment strategies to the gig economy. So, I decided to make it about me and give accolades to the thought leaders and visionaries that influenced, motivated, and even changed my thinking. Here are the HR and recruitment professionals who inspired at Jobg8:

Louise Grant, CEO of Jobg8 and job board connector. 

Louise orchestrated a thought-provoking event. The speakers were energetic industry experts and thought influencers that tackled tough subjects and content. I left on fire, with ideas for innovation.

Dan Roddy, visionary extraordinaire! 
His presentation sparked unbelievable insight into the future of HR tech; I am still brainstorming, mind-mapping, and researching all the possibilities of the quickly unfolding future in HR. He’s a thought leader with real hands-on experience in not just human capital but organizational strategy, technology, and growth. InfoMart left his presentation far ahead of our competition.
 

Matt Charney held me captive with his brand of “snark attack.” 

Matt Charney—the embodiment of brilliant and hilarious execution—made macroeconomics, labor trends, and academic data intriguing. It took less than an hour for me to become a Matt Charney groupie.

Gerry Crispin, a guru in talent management, compiled a panel of world-class TA leaders. The open conversation hit upon the challenges and solutions HR leaders face daily, including a discussion into valuable and honest insights from those on the front line of recruitment #Jobg8 was #gr8t. It is a unique time in HR and recruitment. Changes are vast and happening quickly. I left Job Board Summit 2018 with a greater understanding of the opportunities and challenges we face as an industry. But most importantly, I gained new friends—colleagues in the industry and experts in HR—who I look forward to seeing at the next conference. Please connect with me on LinkedIn so that we can meet at a future event.

 
 

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About Tammy Cohen

Tammy Cohen, an industry pioneer and expert in identity and employment screening, founded InfoMart over 28 years ago. Deemed the “Queen of Screen,” she’s been a force behind industry-leading innovations. She was most recently the first-to-market with a fully compliant sanctions search, as well as a suite of identity services that modernizes talent onboarding. Tammy revolutionized the screening industry when she stepped into the field, developing the first client-facing application and a due diligence criminal search that has since become standard for all background screening companies. Cohen has received national awards and honors for her business and civic involvement, including Atlanta Business Chronicle’s Top 25 Women-Owned Firms in Atlanta, Enterprising Women Magazine’s Enterprising Women of the Year award, the YWCA of Northwest Georgia’s Kathryn Woods Racial Justice Award, and a commendation in the 152nd Congressional Record. To learn more about Tammy, visit www.tammycohen.com.

 

About InfoMart

InfoMart has been revolutionizing the global background and identity screening industry for over 28 years, providing businesses the information they need to make informed hiring decisions. They develop innovative technology that modernizes talent onboarding, including a first-to-market biometric identity authentication application and a verified sanctions search. The WBENC-certified company is a founding member of the National Association of Professional Background Screeners, and they have achieved NAPBS accreditation in recognition of their consistent business practices and commitment to compliance with the FCRA. The company is dedicated to customer service, speed, and accuracy, and it has been recognized for its success, workplace culture, and corporate citizenship with over 40 industry awards. To Get the Whole Story on InfoMart, please visit www.infomart-usa.com, follow @InfoMartUSA, or call (770) 984-2727.