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9 HR & Recruiting Predictions For 2023

9 HR & Recruiting Predictions For 2023

At first, I thought it was a joke. I got an email from Chad Sowash and Joel Cheeseman, the co-hosts of the Chad & Cheese Podcast. This is the most popular podcast in the HR & recruiting industry. Known for being edgy and full of snark, the show provides a lot of insightful commentary on what's happening in HR and recruiting. In short, if you're in the field, it's smart to be listening to the show.


So, when they invited me to join them for their January 2023 Predictions Episode, I was surprised. But of course, I jumped at the chance to join in and see if I could hold my own with two guys who aren't afraid to say what they think.

Just Call Me J.T. "Nostradamus" O'Donnell

I didn't pick the name, but I did have a lot of fun trying to predict what's going to happen in 2023. I was asked to give three predictions. I saved my BEST for last. HINT: It's all about LinkedIn and how I think it's going to give TikTok and Instagram creators a new way to make money!

Top 3 Chad & Cheese Podcasts Of 2023

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With thousands of avid fans and weekly drops of new content, the Chad & Cheese Podcast is at the forefront of everything going on in the HR & recruiting industry. In 2023, these were their top three podcasts:

1) Why Hirevue's A Bias Machine

2) Seekout vs. Parodox

3) Deep Fake Recruiting

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Chad and Joel give away some great stuff weekly on their show. You can sign up to win SWAG by visiting their site. Don't forget to follow them on your favorite podcast platform too!

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