Talent Acquisition - Market and Technology Trends
From candidate experience to digital compliance and the blurred lines of ethical AI usage – both from the organistion’s and the candidate’s point of view - recruiters have a lot of hurdles to overcome right now. Join Andrew Brown from Cornerstone and Pag Miles from our partner AMS, as they discuss all this and more as well as how technology can help you to streamline, manage and tackle your TA challenges.
During this on demand webinar you will get a general update on what is happening in the world of recruitment, the technology developments getting TA professionals excited and a look at what Cornerstone has been up to in this area over the past few months, as well as some exciting upcoming developments.
What is discussed?
- Recent TA tech trends and a general market overview including areas such as overcoming talent shortages in key disciplines, remote working and more.
- Internal mobility to overcome staff attraction and retention problems
- AI in recruitment – the good, the bad and the ugly
- Cornerstone’s vision for our recruitment technologies
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