There are a ton of great HR, recruiting and industry articles getting shared every day. And if you’re like most HR leaders, you don’t have a ton of time to dig through it all. That’s why, each week, Snagajob compiles 5 of the most relevant, compelling and buzz-worthy articles we’ve read over the last 7 days and puts them together for you in one “Weekly Web Roundup” quick read.

Here are the most important stories you might have missed this week.


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The Forgotten Generation?

There’s plenty of articles online about Millennials, Baby Boomers and now Generation Z. Brands are constantly shifting their focus to accommodate each generation’s wants and needs. But what ever happened to Generation X? What do they want? Here’s what Generation X is looking for from restaurants.


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Should HR Professionals Be Worried About AI?

Artificial Intelligence is beginning to work its way into everyday life with chatbots, AI-assisted searches and automated assistants. Some HR professionals are starting to worry about whether it poses a threat their jobs. Should you be worried about AI?


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Stand Out with an Employer Brand Video

Video is without a doubt the number one way to engage people online. For recruiters, an employer brand video can give prospective employees an idea of what it’s like to work at your business. Make sure your videos are high quality to convey a positive brand image.


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The 3 Meaningful Recruiting Metrics You Should Be Tracking

It’s easy for recruiters to get caught up in metrics. They help make sense of what’s happening and are validation that things are happening. With some metrics, like job board traffic, what are they actually telling you? And is it worth it? Here are three metrics that are definitely worth your time.


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The One Thing That Can’t Be Automated

Many articles online are speculating about automation and whether or not it will take over people’s jobs. While some routine tasks can be automated, can you really automate good customer service?

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