VP of eQuest’s Big Data division will provide actionable information for talent acquisition pros
SAN RAMON, CA. — October 17, 2013 — eQuest today announced that David Bernstein has been asked to take a strong leadership and participatory role in the upcoming Recruiting Trends Conference 2013 in Las Vegas. He will co-lead the Big Data for Recruiting Summit on Oct. 22, participate in a panel discussion on Oct. 24 titled “Big Data — Why It Matters to You” and co-present the Oct. 25 workshop, “Adopting An Evidence-Based Recruitment Strategy.”
Recruiting Trends Conference 2013 was designed to serve recruiters, sourcers, talent acquisition managers, and other HR and recruitment professionals. Featuring industry leaders and practitioners in an engaging format, the conference has been designed to give attendees a big-picture overview of the latest recruiting issues as well as practical solutions. In that vein, organizers have created their first-ever event focused solely on Big Data in the context of recruiting.
“Big Data has tremendous application for recruiting, and it doesn’t have to be complicated,” said Bernstein. “Our goal at this conference is to demystify Big Data by revealing some of its practical applications — for instance, how it applies to the most vital function of HR, which is to target, attract and hire the best talent.”
Bernstein is the vice president of the Big Data for HR – Data Analytics Division at eQuest, which enables organizations to make evidence-based decisions about their recruiting and hiring strategy. He has a long history of creating innovative HR strategies for Fortune 100 companies, and he writes and speaks internationally on the intersection of Big Data and HR.
More information on the Big Data for Recruiting Summit and the Recruiting Trends Conference 2013 is available at http://www.recruitingtrendsconference.com/.
eQuest is the world’s dominant and most-utilized job posting distribution company. Its primary customer base consists of the majority of the Global Fortune 500. It also provides job deliveries on behalf of the world’s largest Applicant Tracking Systems, ERPs, and job boards — managing thousands of companies through these channels. Present job posting deliveries average 250 million annually. Its Big Data for HR division consults companies wanting to take advantage of its corporate intelligence and predictive analysis services. Other products include consulting, OFCCP compliance and audit protection, technology services, data analytics, interactive media representation, and various predictive tools. www.equest.com