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Randy Goldberg

Randy Goldberg spoke at an ERE conference in San Diego on the topic of "Using Your Brand to Attract Talent That Fits Your Culture." He is responsible for the planning, implementation and evaluation of Hyatt's recruiting programs and initiatives to ensure that Hyatt's Talent needs are met. He works cross-functionally to establish Hyatt's Talent Acquisition strategy and integrate it into business plans and company-wide practices. These efforts have led to recent recognition for Hyatt including BusinessWeek's "Best places to launch a career,"'s top employer list, and others. Goldberg has worked with Hyatt Hotels and Resorts for over 23 years. His career started with Hyatt's Corporate Management Training Program which led to several operations management positions in properties in Southern California and then HR generalist positions that included positions in Texas and Atlanta, where he was the Divisional Director of Human Resources overseeing the HR function of 25 properties.

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Overlooking Mobile, How Many Candidates Are Passing You By?

by Feb 7, 2011, 12:23 pm ET

I was recently sitting on a commuter train in the Chicago area enjoying what turned out to be a record blizzard for the area. Looking around I could see that a majority of people were just staring at their smartphones, most likely searching the web, checking Facebook, or tweeting about the blizzard. You see this same behavior when waiting in line for your coffee or when sitting in the waiting room at the dentist office. Google recently reported that mobile searches grew 130 percent compared to last year, and ERE frequently posts articles about mobile recruiting.

In August 2008 Dr. John Sullivan posted an article about recruiting trends for 2009 about the importance of mobile-accessible corporate careers sites. We all know how important mobile accessibility is, yet only a few companies are truly optimizing the application experience for mobile. Here are a few suggestions to get you started: keep reading…