Artificial Intelligence can be used to streamline the various processes used in the recruiting and hiring process. There are many benefits including a reduction of time for all parties involved, as well as a decrease in expense, greater efficiency and overall standardization of the hiring process. However, there is a concern that the information inputted into the system may have the opposite of the intended effect, and rather than standardize the process, may overly limit or even disqualify members of a protected class. This creates potential liability and risk for the employer.
in the episode, I discuss the use of artificial intelligence in the workplace, and best practices to help ensure compliance with the law.
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