Source: The Devon Group

Greenhouse CEO to Share Recruiting Expertise on DriveThruHR Radio Show

NEW YORK, NY--(Marketwired - Apr 17, 2015) -

Daniel Chait, chief executive officer of Greenhouse, a leading recruiting optimization platform

Will be the featured guest on DriveThruHR, a top-rated daily internet radio show focusing on issues of concern to HR professionals.

Tuesday, April 21, 2015 at 1:00 p.m. EDT (12:00 p.m. CDT / 11:00 a.m. MDT / 10:00 a.m. PDT)

The live webcast can be accessed at:

With organizations struggling to find the right talent, it is time to reconsider the recruiting lifecycle from start to finish. From sourcing to selection, each step in the process has bearing on the hiring decision. In order to ensure the best possible outcome, employers need to examine their existing practices and optimize accordingly.

During his appearance on DriveThruHR, Daniel Chait, chief executive officer of Greenhouse, will share insight about the current state of the recruiting industry and explain what that means for employers looking to effectively engage top talent. In addition, Chait will discuss recruiting optimization as well as how companies can leverage this approach to improve hiring across the board. Listeners will learn more about the benefits of recruiting optimization as it relates to their own organizations.

Human resource professionals, recruiters and hiring managers who are interested in learning more about optimizing the recruiting process are encouraged to tune into DriveThruHR for this informative episode. The webcast can be accessed at:

About Greenhouse
Greenhouse is the first recruiting optimization platform that helps companies scale and hire the best people, quickly. It's a performance-based solution and works best for companies that get everyone involved in recruiting. Greenhouse provides companies with hard data so they can see what works and what doesn't. The end result: companies learn how to write more effective job ads, conduct more focused interviews, and evolve their hiring process to be smoother, faster and more effective. For more information, please visit