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How Artificial Intelligence is Impacting The Recruitment Sector

In today’s corporate world, automation software is the norm and is used almost universally. Whether it’s for invoicing, purchases, employee management or data collection, companies everywhere are implementing solutions that make their professional lives easier with the help of digital tech. The recruitment sector is a particularly interesting case, where potential candidates are now being ...

Author: Viktor Nordmark

Why You Should Be Using AI Resume Screening In Your Recruitment Process

Automated tools are becoming the norm in today’s HR departments. Things like personality tests, resume screening and applicant databases all help streamline and improve the field. In doing so, they make more time for human resources professionals to spend their time on meaningful interactions with both applicants and employees. This trend doesn’t just benefit the recruiter, though, and in this ...

Author: Viktor Nordmark

The Ultimate Guide To The Duties of The Recruiter

The recruiter is arguably one of the most important roles in any given company. That’s because the recruiter, who is often referred to as a technical specialist or HR specialist, is in charge of finding, obtaining and keeping the right human capital for a business. A high-performance workforce and clearly defined company goals go hand in hand, and are essential to long-term growth and ...

Author: Viktor Nordmark

A Comprehensive 101 Guide To The Responsibilities of The HR Manager

The responsibility of the HR manager in the corporate world is a massive topic. It represents an important and continuously growing field within professional work, which also means that this role is becoming both more varied and more extensive. We've created an easy-to-read and comprehensive guide on the topic, for people interested in an education within HR management - or for managers looking ...

Author: Viktor Nordmark

How conversational feedback increases data quality: Part 2 - Advanced Concepts

Here are a couple of examples of how we achieve higher data quality in comparison to traditional surveys with Hubert. Refining uninformative responses Many of our customers experience 'noise' in their survey results. More specifically, responses in line with 'everything was great' or 'the customer service sucked a' are not very ...

Author: Viktor Nordmark