About Daniel Humphries

Daniel Humphries

Daniel Humphries is editor-in-chief of the Indeed blog.

Recent Articles by Daniel

How to Recruit for a Changing World: An Interview with Dan Black, Global Recruiting Leader at EY

Recruiting for a changing world

Global finance giant EY (formerly Ernst and Young) has come a long way since Arthur Young, a Scottish immigrant to US shores, founded his accountancy firm in 1906 with his brother, Stanley.

Today the firm employs nearly a quarter of a million people in 150 countries, and its work touches upon everything from audits to blockchain to AI. And …

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From a “No Black Hole” Candidate Experience to Supporting Veterans: Lessons from Enterprise

Whether you’ve rented from Enterprise or passed by a location in your town or at the airport, you may think you know what Enterprise is all about: renting cars.

But Enterprise does much more than that. With 9,900 locations worldwide, Enterprise Holdings operates the Enterprise Rent-A-Car, National Car Rental and Alamo Rent A Car brands in more than 90 countries …

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“Helping the World Run Better”—An Interview with Jewell Parkinson, SAP’s Head of Human Resources

Top-Rated Workplaces Spotlight: SAP

In today’s hyper-connected world, technology underpins countless everyday actions and transactions. And when it’s working really well, we don’t even know that it’s there.

Perhaps that’s why the enterprise software firm SAP—though well known in business—is not a household name, even though most of us likely interact with the firm’s technology every day. So central is SAP to the global …

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Global Mission, Grassroots Spirit: An Interview with Habitat for Humanity’s COO Tjada McKenna

Best Places To Work Nonprofits

Hurricanes Harvey, Irma and Maria, and the recent earthquakes in Mexico have led to widespread devastation, and it will take the communities affected years to recover. In disaster situations like these, many organizations step in to help victims get the crucial assistance they need.

But when it comes to providing long-term solutions to housing crises, one of the most experienced …

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