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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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The Covid-19 pandemic has accelerated the digital transformation of recruitment, where talent recruitment looks very different than it did a mere 15 or 16 months ago, before the crisis; forcing many to turn to mostly virtual and digital recruiting processes, with the rise and emergence of more sophisticated hybrid recruiting models. Additionally, organisations are becoming much more intentional about fostering cultures that prioritise diversity, equity and inclusion. So, what’s next? What is the long-term picture for...

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No one can deny that there is an underrepresentation of women in executive roles and C-Suite positions. Despite the significant progress that has been made, women’s representation at the executive level of organisations remains troublingly low. According to a report by Cranfield School of Management and EY, the percentage of women holding FTSE 250 executive director roles was just 11.3% in 2020. Why is this? Unfortunately, it is not solely the glass ceiling (the invisible barrier...

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Spain counts 30% of women in management positions, two points above the European average, but is still far from achieving real parity. Although the results are positive, the presence of women in decision-making is still pending.   More parity, better results.  The “Women in Business Management for Change” study conducted by the World Labour Organization in 2019, which surveyed more than 13,000 companies in 70 countries, indicates that the majority, regardless of their size, stated...