CHICAGO, IL and SAN FRANCISCO, CA--(Marketwired - Oct 3, 2016) -

Entelo, the leading provider of enterprise software for data-driven recruiting

Will host "Hiring on All Cylinders" from the 19th Annual HR Technology Conference and Exhibition as the event's official podcast.

The conference will take place Tuesday, October 4 to Friday, October 7, 2016.

Entelo will begin podcasting from the Women in HR Technology pre-conference event on Tuesday, October 4 and do so through Thursday, October 6, 2016.

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As an industry, HR is constantly evolving, due in large part to continuous innovation and new technologies that constantly emerge. HR professionals know that growth and development are part of an ongoing conversation in the space. A large portion of this conversation focuses on recruitment and talent acquisition, which make up the front lines of organizations looking for top talent.

As the official podcast of the HR Technology Conference, Entelo will continue this conversation on its Hiring on All Cylinders podcast. Entelo will broadcast the best of the event via live content streams and recorded segments. Live podcast guests include The Muse CEO and Co-founder Kathryn Minshew, iCIMS CEO and President Colin Day, and CA Technologies Head of Employer Branding Craig Fisher, among many more. Hiring on All Cylinders will cover the pre-conference event on Tuesday as well as share highlights from both days on the expo floor.

HR Technology Conference attendees interested in hearing more from conference speakers, industry influencers, analysts and members of the media are encouraged to stream the podcast by subscribing via iTunes or Soundcloud. For event information, please visit:

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