What should you be asking about AI-driven hiring?

What should you be asking about AI-driven hiring?

Join this webinar, in partnership with Indeed, to uncover some of the trends surrounding AI driven hiring. Find out how AI can help or hinder the many challenges of hiring.

Webinar One hour HR technology Talent & recruitment

AI-driven hiring is changing the way people hire and search for jobs. In Indeed’s survey of 2,000 Britons, a third of respondents said they would be happy to take career advice from a robot and think it would increase their chances of finding a job. In short, many people want to see more AI, not less. 

At it’s best it can be an efficient and problem-solving way to attract the best talent and improve their experience. But with new technology comes a natural and healthy amount of caution. Can we always trust the technology to do the job properly, or can bots in fact be biased? Is keeping a level of human oversight, expertise and intuition the best way to eliminate bias – or is the opposite true?

Join this webinar, in partnership with Indeed, to uncover some of the trends surrounding AI driven hiring.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • Whether employers are taking action to attract and support women and minority groups to apply for jobs
  • How the wording of a job description affects who applies
  • How job seekers feel about the technology surrounding recruitment processes – are job searches becoming better experiences for candidates?

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Speakers

Tom Hadley Tom Hadley Director of Policy & Professional Services Recruitment & Employment Confederation (REC) Bio
Daniel Fellows Daniel Fellows Employer Insights Strategist Indeed Bio
Elisabeth Kelan, PhD Elisabeth Kelan, PhD Professor of Leadership and Organisation Essex Business School, University of Essex Bio
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