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You Don’t Need to Code to Schedule Interviews With A.I.

You Don’t Need to Code to Schedule Interviews With A.I.

One of the biggest bottlenecks in recruitment is interview scheduling. Whether it is the initial phone interview, meeting a hiring manager, or planning panel interviews, the nightmare of conflicting calendars and tight time frames is real. Quit playing cat and mouse with your candidates and try one of these four systems for scheduling automation.

You Don’t Need to Code to Assess Candidates With A.I.

You Don’t Need to Code to Assess Candidates With A.I.

The time has come to shift our focus from easy to cheat, non-scientific tests, to data-based, neurological assessments that eliminate biases and push the best candidates to the top (rather than screening out those that don’t fit). Let’s look at several solutions that take this approach.

You Don’t Need to Code to Interview With A.I.

You Don’t Need to Code to Interview With A.I.

Static templates and boilerplate interview questions often diminish the candidate experience. They’re not personalized, dynamic, and they certainly don’t empower candidates to envision themselves as the hero of your company. However, a few brave recruitment pioneers are piloting solutions that are dynamic, personalized, and engage candidates at first touch. They are chatbot innovators!

You Don’t Need to Code to Source With A.I.

You Don’t Need to Code to Source With A.I.

Are you intimidated by all this talk of digital transformation and artificial intelligence implementation? Do you feel like you don’t have the tech-savvy or coding knowledge to get started? In the world of recruiting, we’re often faced with too many requests and not enough time, because business moves at the speed of life. I’m here to tell you, thankfully, that you don’t need to know how to code to source candidates with A.I.