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Indeed Interactive Day One Highlights: Indeed Partners with Goodwill, “Crazy Rich Asians” Author Kevin Kwan on Fostering Creativity and More

On Tuesday, over 1800 talent leaders from across the country gathered to join us at the Austin Convention Center in downtown Austin, Texas, to learn how to solve “The Talent Equation.”

This year, there are 12 keynotes and more than 100 speakers spread across 70 breakouts — not to mention a fantastic lineup of speakers on the main stage. Up …

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Indeed Interactive 2019: An Insider’s Guide

Register now for Indeed Interactive 2019.

We’re just a few weeks away from kicking off Indeed Interactive 2019 in Austin, Texas. This year our theme involves solving “The Talent Equation” — in other words, determining which factors candidates weigh most heavily in their employment search.

Today’s job seekers have many options, and it can be difficult to know which variables drive their selection process, from compensation …

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Seven Can’t-Miss Sessions at Indeed Interactive 2019

Seven sessions you can't miss at Indeed Interactive 2019.

Indeed Interactive 2019 will be held May 13-15 in Austin, Texas — and this year, it’s going to be bigger and better than ever. Aimed at talent-acquisition and -management professionals, our conference features an informative lineup of sessions from subject-matter experts in a variety of industries.

See the full agenda here.

This year, you’ll learn to solve “The Talent Equation” …

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The Art of Authenticity: Amy Poehler at Indeed Interactive

Amy Poehler is one of the most versatile and sought-after talents in Hollywood today. Famous for her role as Leslie Knope on “Parks and Recreation,” she was one of the biggest stars on “Saturday Night Live” in the 2000s. Today, she helms many of her own projects through her production company, Paper Kite Productions, and serves as an executive producer, …

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Video: How Unconscious Bias Can Impact the Hiring Process

When a resume for an open position lands on an employer’s desk, do the cultural, ethnic or socioeconomic implications of a candidate’s name or neighborhood factor into the decision to call them in for an interview? Maybe not consciously, but below the surface, something different might be going on.

Prominent studies have shown that the resumes of candidates with foreign …

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