Matt Charney

Executive Editor, Recruiting Daily; Startup Advisory Board Member

Over 10 years of experience in marketing and recruiting leadership roles; currently Executive Editor and Partner in Recruiting Daily LLP.

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Biography

Matt Charney is the Executive Editor for Recruiting Daily, whose flagship property, RecruitingBlogs, is the world's largest social network and content sharing platform for recruiting and HR professionals. Matt oversees editorial strategy and content marketing for RecruitingDaily's portfolio of online properties. Prior to joining RecruitingBlogs, Matt served in marketing leadership roles at leading HR technology companies like Talemetry, CornerstoneOnDemand & Monster. Matt began his career as a corporate recruiter for such companies as Walt Disney and Warner Bros.

Matt has been named as one of the top 25 influencers in recruiting by publications like the Huffington Post , Glassdoor and LinkedIn, and has been recognized as a 2015 HR Gamechanger by HR Magazine/SHRM, 2014 & 2015 HRO Superstar for Analyst Excellence and as an official Interactive Mentor for South by Southwest Interactive. His blog mattcharney.com was also named one of the top 15 business blogs to follow by Wordpress in 2014. Matt serves as a member of the advisory boards for the Candidate Experience Awards, Rolepoint, Universum, Clinch, LifeGuides, Take the Interview, Talent Tech Labs and Textio.

Follow him on Twitter @MattCharney or connect with him on LinkedIn (www.linkedin.com/in/mattcharney).

2/5/2016 12:50:01 PM,
Anonymous replied:

This is really easy (disclaimer: you should ask a lawyer as I did not go to law school (I had other options and a soul) but you can't as an interviewer or during a screen or any part of the standard submissions process as a rule, but you can require they fill it out on the background check requesst/authorization form employers are required to have you fill out as they don't technically see that information which is turned over directly to a third party to validate independently. Even if the dates didn't check out the recruiter would never know anything other than they failed due to an educational discrepency. I hope that makes sense but as far as HR stuff goes, that's as straightforward as it gets...