Ed Newman

About the Author

Recruiting expert Ed Newman has more than two decades of HR and talent management experience. As vice president of strategy at iMomentous, Newman is responsible for developing the innovative mobile recruitment technology strategies that ensure the company’s leadership position. He previously founded The Newman Group, a consulting firm specializing in the delivery of talent management solutions, and served as president from 1999 through 2010.

Study Points Out the Terrible State of Most Mobile Recruiting Strategies

What do companies like McDonalds, Macy’s, Dow Chemical, General Motors, AT&T, and Walmart have in common? Well, aside from being some of the world’s most successful companies, with internationally recognized brands and billions in annual revenue, these are the only six companies who met all of the criteria in the third edition of…

An Exciting Time for the Florida Expo

As the Spring conference season comes to a close, it is hard to believe that in just a few months it will be September and time for the Fall ERE Expo in Hollywood, Florida. And the summer is just getting started! If you do not have this one on your calendar, you should…

ERP Vendors: The 800-Pound Gorillas

You were recently hired as the director of staffing for a major corporation. One of the main reasons you accepted the position was because you would be leading the initiative to select and implement a new recruiting technology platform. You form an internal team to define requirements, canvass the market, and come up…

Recruiting Technology: Managing the Battle Within

Imagine that last year your company spent hundreds of thousands (maybe even millions) of dollars to overhaul the technology platform that supports the recruiting function. As the director of recruiting operations for this company, it’s your responsibility to make sure that all the recruiters are using the systems and tools correctly and that…

Getting Your Recruiters To Use Your ATS

Imagine you are the director of recruiting for a Fortune 1000 company. You have just completed what appears to have been a very successful implementation of a leading applicant tracking system (ATS). It was a major investment: six figures at least, maybe even seven. But the project was on time and close to…