It’s All About the Benjamins: Navigating Indeed’s Recent Changes to Positively Impact Your Recruiting Budget
Indeed, the popular job search platform has undergone several significant changes in recent times, reflecting its commitment to enhancing the user experience and staying at the forefront of the job market. From the change in January to a pay-per-application model (and the recent pause on that new endeavor) to offering new integrations, Indeed is continually changing the way we look and apply for jobs.
In our upcoming roundtable, JobSync CEO Alex Murphy alongside CCO Leah Daniels (and a mystery guest!) will be diving into the recent changes the platform has made and what talent teams can do to take advantage of (or avoid completely) the evolving world that is Indeed.
Understanding the acronyms - the differences between CPC, PPC, PPA, and CPA
Budgeting accordingly - where should you invest more and spend less?
What are the best options for your recruiting team?
Reserve your spot now to get your Zoom link and calendar invite. On the day of the roundtable, log in and your camera and mic will be live! This is not a webinar. We want you to ask questions, share your perspectives and be an active part of the discussion. This is your chance to speak directly with your peers.
CEO & Founder, JobSync
Alex has been an entrepreneur in the recruiting space for the last twenty years having founded or co-founded multiple businesses including Job.com, WorkHarmony, A3 Staffing, Epic59, and oPub Media. In addition to founding companies, Alex previously worked with Beyond, now Nexxt, as their SVP of Business Development and Candidate Acquisition, growing the business to over 60 million users.
Alex currently and has previously advised a number of businesses and organizations including TAtech, Jobiqo, FounderCorps, and CaddieNow.
If he weren’t working, Alex would spend as much time as possible skiing through the trees on the steepest mountains he can find.
Alex resides in Virginia just outside of Washington DC with his wife Kerry and three children.
Chief Commercial Officer, JobSync
Leah’s experience in the Talent Acquisition space spans the recruiting funnel from top to bottom. Most recently, Leah was an executive with the programmatic job ad platform Appcast, where she originally began as the VP of Business Development and Alliances and ultimately became the GM of SaaS operations where she oversaw strategy and key software growth.
Prior to joining Appcast, Leah was the Director of Product Strategy at Monster in the Software Solutions group. Earlier in her career, Leah also held the position of Director of Global Alliances and Business Development with Bullhorn.
Leah is a Boston University Alum where she graduated with a degree in Psychology and Sociology. Leah’s position as a leader in the industry began with several positions she held at ZoomInfo working with large enterprises seeking hard to find talent and later was granted a patent on detecting early behavior of candidates in social media.