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Recruiting News Friday, March 30 300-odd clients—including pepsico, L’oréal—fill vacant jobs, Social media & more…

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  • The Russian Robot That’s Hiring Humans
    • Robot Vera can cut the time and cost of recruiting by a third, its creators say. Now they’re teaching it to recognize anger, pleasure, and disappointment.
    • 300-odd clients—including PepsiCo, L’Oréal—fill vacant jobs, artificial intelligence software, Robot Vera, Microsoft Corp. strategist
  • Instagram: Your Free Recruitment Tool
    • I was skeptical when people in the space started talking about Instagram for recruiting, until I realized this:
    • social media, Social Media Agency, Red Branch Media, job seekers, marketing department
  • Jobs at CQC
    • Adult Social Care, application form, Care Quality Commission, great opportunities, Intelligence Unit
  • A Russian startup is using Robot Vera, artificial intelligence software designed for recruiting, to help its 300-odd clientsincluding PepsiCo, Ikea, and LOralfill vacant jobs.
  • The software can interview hundreds of applicants simultaneously via video or voice calls, narrowing the field to the most suitable 10 percent of candidates.
  • InnovatorsVladimir Sveshnikov (28) and Alexander Uraksin (30), co-founders of Stafory, a 50-person startup in St. Petersburg – Origin – – The co-founders, with a background in human resources, two years ago found themselves making hundreds of calls to candidates whod lost interest in the given job or couldnt be located….
  • DevelopmentVera, named after Sveshnikovs mother, combines speech recognition technologies from Google, Amazon.com, Microsoft, and Russias Yandex.
  • Sveshnikov and Uraksin are working to teach the bot to recognize anger, pleasure, and disappointment, but even if it can gauge emotions, Vera shouldnt be viewed as a substitute for traditional HR departments, says Mikhail Chernomordikov, a Microsoft Corp. strategist in Dubai.

Tags: 300-odd clients—including PepsiCo, L’Oréal—fill vacant jobs, artificial intelligence software, Robot Vera, Microsoft Corp. strategist

  • Today, as Instagram talks about 60-second video options for brands, its a much easier leap from fun little photo app on my phone, to real life employer branding tool.
  • Video editing apps (built for your phone, as is Instagram) can help you take your videos from something only your mother would love, to great job ads.
  • Ayelet Golzsays, The biggest mistake businesses or brands make is posting visuals on their Instagram profile that they have not created.
  • Speaking of themarketing department, if youre concerned about the amount of content you have for employer branding all on its own (and many small companies may be), piggyback on your marketing departments Instagram game, if theyll let you.
  • Pick one day a week (or on the weekend, since many job seekers may be paying attention then and engagementincreases by 9%) and build out weekly posts and videos.

Tags: social media, Social Media Agency, Red Branch Media, job seekers, marketing department

  • Great opportunities available for analysts in the Intelligence Unit at the Care Quality Commission (CQC) – – CQC is committed to using an intelligence driven approach in how it regulates Health and Adult Social Care providers.
  • Our analysts provide important insight into quality and risk in health and care by providing evidence for CQCs regulatory decisions and publications through data analysis, interpretation and presentation.
  • Our work continuously evolves to enable us to remain relevant in a changing health and care landscape – – We are developing exciting plans to use more advanced analytics and data science approaches to better predict the risk of poor care.
  • In addition, we have ambitions to incorporate new data sources into the work we do in order to better understand the quality of care received by people who use the services we regulate.
  • Excellent Microsoft Excel skills are essential to this role; knowledge of Business Intelligence tools would also be advantageous.

Tags: Adult Social Care, application form, Care Quality Commission, great opportunities, Intelligence Unit

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