Recruiting News Tuesday, April 3 300-odd clients—including pepsico, L’oréal—fill vacant jobs, Graduate recruitment agency & more…
Recruiting News TLDR / Table of Contents
- 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
- 14 Things I Wish I Knew When I Started My Career in Recruitment
- graduate recruitment agency, people, genuine people interaction, fast paced work, toughest sales positions
- Group Leader Protein Biochemistry – Heptares Zurich
- We are currently seeking an experienced protein biochemist to grow and lead our newly established protein biochemistry group at our site in Zurich wor
- personal data, personal information, data protection, unique structure-based approach, Drug Discovery Company
- 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.
- Upon graduating, the only thing I wanted from a career is to be surrounded by, and heavily interact with, people.
- I was sold the recruitment dream – the fast paced work environment, the genuine people interaction and how I will change the lives of others by finding them their perfect role.
- Below are 14 things no one ever told me about a career in recruitment.
- The role of a recruiter is a difficult one but Ive found it to be an incredibly rewarding career path with a steep learning curve.
- My sign off message to anyone seeking a career in recruitment is to observe, learn and keep going.
- Heptares Therapeutics Limited (Heptares), will collect and store personal information submitted via this recruitment website.
- In the event your application results in your recruitment to a role at Heptares, your personal information will be transferred to the Heptares staff database.
- The personal data you provide in your application and as part of the recruitment process will only be held and processed for the purpose of the selection processes of Heptares and in connection with any subsequent employment or placement.
- By submitting your personal data and application, you: (1) declare that you have read, understood and accepted the statements set out in this data protection clause; (2) are declaring that the information given in the application is complete and true to the best of your knowledge, and understand that deliberate…
- Unsuccessful applicant data will be held within the recruitment system for a period of two years before being deleted, which will permit you to access and re-use data in future applications and we will be able to respond to statutory reporting requests.
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