RCIRCLE has been talking to business leaders in the recruitment / HRTech industry. This video features Martyn Redstone, who is acknowledged as one of the leading authorities on chatbots and their implementation as a useful tool in recruitment whilst providing a good candidate experience. Martyn is joined by RCIRCLE Editor-in-chief Martin Dangerfield.
It has now been a year since I started in my role with RoboRecruiter, and what a year it has been. I will be writing more about my first year — as well as RoboRecruiter’s first year of operating in the UK and Europe. In my life before RoboRecruiter, I spent almost 15 years working in Recruitment and Staffing businesses, from agency
There is now a multitude of chatbots available to the recruitment community. However, as a community, we do not seem to be over the ‘Natural Language’ honeymoon. There is a desire for a recruitment chatbot to have full-blown conversations with the user (read: candidate), needing the candidate to type every single answer. At most conferences and exhibitions, you will hear
RoboRecruiter loves what GDPR will do for recruitment. There, I said it, don’t hate me. I’ll tell you why…RoboRecruiter is on a mission to make hiring more human. So far, we have given thousands upon thousands of hours back to recruiters so that they can have more meaningful candidate and client relationships and do what they do best. RoboRecruiter is
Photo by rawpixel on Unsplash This week, I had the pleasure of being invited by CognitionX to attend CogX 2018 — The Festival of All Things AI, Blockchain and Emerging Technologies — in London. While the geek in me wanted to just play with all the tech, I wanted to take advantage of being surrounded by some of the best minds in the world of AI
What is your New Year’s resolution? Go to the gym? Eat healthily? Quit smoking, alcohol or chocolate? Give money to charity? All worthy objectives for 2018. How about your professional resolutions? Get a promotion? Find a new job? Take a new course or learn a new skill? Again, really great resolutions and objectives to have for 2018. How about GDPR? Have you made
A graduate recruitment campaign will attract degree-level qualified individuals into your organisation. Typically campaigns may run all year round, or they may run just once a year according to the academic year. It is normal for employers to receive and process applications from final year students prior to their graduation, and offer employment beginning once the student receives confirmation of
Many organisations depend on volume recruitment. This could be for an annual intake of staff (such as a graduate scheme), expansion or for seasonal requirements. At this time of the year, many organisations increase their workforce to take into account the demands on their business that the festive period can create. In fact, the top four industries that hire more