Big Data is Going to Get You

Big data, like the rhythm, is gonna get you! I had the pleasure of chatting with Andrew Gadomski of Aspen Advisors during the off hours of the SourceCon 10th anniversary conference in Austin, TX. We discussed big data, security concerns, applying for jobs with an Amazon Prime account and more. Tune in for all the fun.

Inside this podcast:

01:44 – The data breech of Equifax
05:33 – We’re so used to swiping right
09:43 – Where CRM and ATS exist together
11:53 – If I am a candidate, I know I’m not in a black hole
15:45 – You got a 24-hour notice saying you wanted to check in
18:09 – How cool would it be if Puma knew I was a java developer and also a customer?
21:33 – If that’s the conversation, interviews go away and we have dialogues
25:15 – You better sell it that way
28:15 – I like that idea. I’ll invest in that idea.
30:15 – Hi Cyndy. You’re on the podcast. Cyndi Davis!
31:15 – Thank you so much for listening


Andrew Gadomski is the Chief Advisor and Founder of Aspen Advisors. Aspen was founded in June 2006. Andrew started Aspen Advisors after a diverse and successful career in staffing and branding so corporations that are socially and globally conscious can become great at recruiting talent and advance their value propositions exponentially.

Prior to Aspen’s inception, Andrew was the head of staffing for Honeywell Specialty Materials (2005-2006). Within his first year with Honeywell, he managed over 30 executive positions globally for the officer team, centralized and managed all search partners, coordinated University Relations, hired the staffing team, and designed and converted to outsourcing all of North American staffing.

Andrew regularly speaks at talent related conferences across the country. He lead the ANSI Cost Per Hire Workgroup, sponsored by the Society for Human Resource Management. Andrew is also an adjunct professor at New York University. Connect with Andrew Gadomski on LinkedIn

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