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On The Board Biz Daily blog, We Ain’t Perfect, But We Will Be Better by Peter Weddle. Research shows people trust other people more than machines, so how can a technology-based industry work around this so-called “algorithm aversion”?

Also on The Board Biz Daily blog, Early Bird Discount for TAtech Congress Ends in Less Than 2 Weeks. Three new educational tracks with a slate of new speakers, the new TAtech Deal & Alliance Center and new Special Interest Discussion Groups – that’s just some of what you can expect at the , TAtech Industry Congress on April 16-17, 2016, so register today.

On The Board Biz Daily blog, What Does LinkedIn’s Massive Market Drop Mean for the TA Industry? Take a look at two different views, and then you decide.

Also on The Board Biz Daily blog, Quantity of “Quality” by Gal Almog. Customers say they want quality candidates, but in truth, they want something more.

At the Cybersoapbox, What’s the best way to deal with the continuing pressure on job posting prices? What do you think is behind the slide in posting prices – the growing number of job boards, the arbitraging of jobs, recruiters’ fickle buying habits – and how can it be stopped?

At the Peer Poll, participate in the 2016 TAtech – Job Board Doctor Global Job Board Survey. It’s quick, easy and provides a ton of insights for advancing your business.

Jobboarders Book of the Month: “The Accidental Houseguest” by Clive Quarmby. This intriguing book spoofs Job Boards as well as the IRS, DEA and the Flamboyant Miami Lifestyle. Following the downfall of – the job board for losers, “Where 2nd Best is just too Good” – the owner, Gerald Owen, flees to Miami and unintentionally and unknowingly assumes the identity of an undercover DEA agent as a guest of a reputed mafia boss. It’s an easy-to-read, short novel, wittingly written by a job board owner. Get it in the TAtech Bookstore.

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  • Visit Jobboarders today.
  • Become a member.
  • Pen a blog post or add your comments to another post.
  • Post a job for your organization on the Careers page.
  • Or use the Classifieds page to sell that old electric guitar sitting in your closet.

Brought to you by TAtech: The Association for Talent Acquisition Solutions. Attend the TAtech Industry Congress and connect with your peers on April 16-17, 2016 and exhibit at the TAtech Conference & Expo and connect with employers and recruiters on September 19-21, 2016.