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Working the Future blog: our latest insights and future of work sensemaking

Why robot recruiters might be to blame for people's job-hunting challenges

2022-05-25 13:37

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Head Kandi, TALENT RISK, RECRUITMENT AND RETENTION, FUTURE OF WORK, 21st CENTURY LEADERSHIP, AI, ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE,

Why robot recruiters might be to blame for people's job-hunting challenges

More recruiting companies are using AI technology to review applications. But does it make mistakes – and can you boost your chances?

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More recruiting companies are using AI technology to review applications.

 

But does it make mistakes – and can you boost your chances?

 

Discover more here.

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