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With operations in five continents, our technology platform eliminates the geographical distance between candidates and stakeholders. This is thanks to our complex knowledge architecture covering diverse industries, and our ability to virtually present candidates to clients over the web, through tools such as the technical filmed interview
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Inbound Recruitment: The Best Practice for Attaining Top Talent The term inbound marketing was coined by HubSpot back in 2006 to describe a new way of doing marketing. It was described as a business methodology that attracts customers by creating valuable content and experiences tailored to them. This is where the concept of Inbound Recruitment came from— creating a remarkable candidate experience through employer brand content and marketing strategies that help companies build relationships with...

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The Use and Concerns of AI  Artificial intelligence (AI) techniques such as machine learning, sentiment analysis, and natural language processing are used in the hiring process to optimize and automate components of the process. Previous research has shown that unconscious bias in hiring can occur in several areas. Candidate sourcing, screening, and outreach are the most frequent recruiting processes for which AI is being used to optimize and automate.  AI’s increasing use in sensitive areas,...

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Talent mapping is KEY nowadays. It is the process where a company analyzes its current and future talent needs and then maps candidate talent pools to meet those needs. Many industries have a talent gap, especially high-tech. For example, there will be 1,4 million computer specialist vacancies in the U.S. by 2020. Projections show universities are unlikely to produce enough qualified graduates to fill these jobs. The talent competition is huge, meaning businesses have no...

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People are the fundamental source of value for companies today. The smartest businesses know that talent is their competitive advantage. Recruiting the right candidates at the right time is paramount. This is why companies use Applicant Tracking Systems. AT Systems are software helping companies organise candidates recruitment purposes. They allow businesses to streamline applicants based on filters, set by the hiring company.  Though ATS can be used by companies of all sizes, they happen to...

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For the fourth year in a row, the number one global business challenge is Human Capital. However, for many HR professionals, this does not come as a surprise. The war for talent is more intense every day. Big Data has also started playing a consequential role in Human Resources and talent management, becoming a true game-changer for the industry. A strategic tool called predictive analytics is now used in human resources everywhere. Organisations can use it to...

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The technological advances of our era have completely shifted the way we work, especially the way companies recruit. Nowadays, the labor market is completely different from before: competitive, fast moving, and has forced to shift the focus of recruiting experts. The main challenge recruiters face is finding a way to gain the best talent before everyone else. The speed and agility of finding these professionals is a huge competitive advantage, but also the way we keep...

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One of the most commonly debated topics nowadays is about the imminent triumph of intelligent machines over humankind. They will take over the world, our jobs, be able to function autonomously and become more intelligent than humans. Even the brightest minds of our era, like Stephen Hawking, Bill Gates and Elon Musk believe they could pose a threat to humanity. Artificial Intelligence does, however, remain, artificial. Here are cases where the brain wins over the...

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Human Resources rely mainly on human qualities and interaction, especially in recruitment. New technologies emerging every day bring continuous changes to the world of work and make it data-intense. Processing and assessing this data effectively is paramount for all sectors of work, and for recruitment processes too. However, how can something lacking all nuances of the human psyche be applied to something so human-specific? In this case, Natural Language Processing (NLP), an artificial intelligence (AI)...

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You can call it what you want, but referral recruitment is on the rise. About 80% of recruiters say they can’t find the talent they need, especially since a lot of that hard-to-find talent may be passive. This means the chances are that most talent is already employed and is not looking for a change. Recruiters have three challenges, first to find that talent, then to contact it, and finally to incite a change. To...

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is applied everyday to automate and optimize processes in countless industries, recruitment included. The war for talent is now more competitive than ever, and finding suitable candidates is crucial. Using a technology like AI and its subset, Machine Learning (ML) technology for talent selection processes represents a significant competitive advantage.    How does it work?  The system has access to extensive amounts of data from multiple sources. It studies and recognizes the...