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Free Big Recruiting Data Bootcamp: The Myths, Hype and Opportunities

November 5th, 2014


Join the leading provider of applicant tracking software for a free online Bootcamp on November 18th and explore the myths, hype and opportunities of big data for recruiting.

Register now, space is limited.

The era of big data recruiting has arrived. Or has it? While some organizations are capturing and analyzing vast pools of recruiting data to gain insights and strategic advantages, these early adopters are few and far between. For the rest, big data recruiting is arguably still a pipe dream. That’s not to say there aren’t opportunities for employers to make data-driven hiring decisions. The challenge, of course, is where to begin.
Join recruiting industry insiders Kyle Lagunas, Talent Acquisition Analyst at Brandon Hall Group and Joel Passen, Newton Software’s Co-Founder, for a passionate discussion about the myths, hype and opportunities of big data recruiting.

As a part of Newton’s ongoing online recruiting Bootcamp series, Kyle will join Joel to debunk the biggest myths about big data recruiting and examine the difference between which opportunities are realistic and which ones are just hype. The session will also provide HR practitioners and corporate recruiting professionals with tips on how to better manage recruiting analytics and prepare for the future.

When: Tuesday, November 18th, 2014?Time: 11:00am – 12:00pm PST

Newton Online Bootcamps
The Newton Bootcamp Program is a FREE online educational series designed to help corporate recruiters achieve maximum results with Newton’s corporate recruiting platform and to share innovative ways to improve the recruiting process in general with experts from the industry.

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About Newton: 
Newton is an applicant tracking system designed to organize and improve internal hiring programs for small and medium-sized employers (30-3000 employees). The company was started in 2009 by corporate recruiters with the goal of developing hiring software that improves recruiting processes by offering powerful products that are easy-to-use, easy-to-purchase and easy-to-activate. Today, Newton is used by nearly 1000 employers that enjoy great customer service, free support, an intuitive product and constant innovation.  For more information visit

Webinar: Recruiting Analytics That Matter

September 4th, 2011

Join Newton Co-Founder, Joel Passen for a free webinar devoted to recruiting performance metrics. During his web-based presentation, Joel will present a guide to assist HR practitioners and recruitment outsourcers in making sense of recruiting analytics and the steps to take to get started capturing your own valuable recruiting performance metrics. With a focus on best practices, Joel will highlight the vital metrics that must be gathered as part of any successful corporate recruiting program and how to get started in your own environment.

When: September 9 12:30 PM – 1:30 PM ET
Where: (click here)

Joel Passen is the Head of Marketing and a Co-Founder of Newton Software, a company developing corporate applicant tracking software that helps organizations improve hiring. A self-described recovering corporate recruiter, Joel has been involved in the talent acquisition industry for the past 15 years. When Joel is not thinking about recruiting, he’s either thinking about food, cooking or pretending to write a food blog. Check out Joel’s profile on LinkedIn.

A Guide to Getting Started with Recruiting Analytics

April 14th, 2010

“When need recruiting metrics.” I hear this all the time from recruiting and human resources professionals. “We have a spreadsheet, but….”
Is it time your company starts to measure and analyze recruiting analytics like you would any of your other business processes? We think so.

With so much information created by hiring programs, deciding what recruiting metrics to measure and analyze can be daunting. If your organization is just beginning to look at recruiting performance or, if you’re trying to improve your existing recruiting analytics program, it’s best to start with the issues that effective performance the most – the basics.

And, it’s important to have the right tools. Spreadsheets are so 90’s. Try easy-to-use applicant tracking software. Many systems these days are easy to implement and affordable.