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Could blindfolded interviews be the answer to recruitment bias…

Is the perceived talent shortage actually just a confused recruitment process that is failing a third of new hires?

How to turn your recruitment processes into a winning formula following a pandemic

Has the pandemic forced firms to revolutionise their recruitment processes? Nabila Salem, President at Revolent Group, thinks so…

AI-powered recruitment can be racist or sexist – and here’s why

With over 30 years of experience, an advisor to the UK and Indian Governments, Was Rahman knows a thing or two on the use of AI and data

Blind job applications surge in drive for greater diversity and inclusion

Tribepad’s software sees an increase in anonymised job applications across the UK as awareness of the importance of D&I grows

Blind recruiting aids diversity and inclusion

Riham Satti, co-founder and CEO of MeVitae, reveals how technology can attract broader and more diverse talent

It’s time to rethink the traditional recruitment process

PitchMe is rethinking and reworking the recruitment process, highlighting the previously unseen potential of job applicants.

Accenture: improving diverse recruitment with technology

Professional services company Accenture has harnessed the power of technology for its graduate recruitment, allowing a diverse pool of candidates to showcase their full potential.

How to promote more diversity in your recruitment process

Peter Linas is the EVP of Corporate Development & International at Bullhorn takes the strain out of the diversity recruitment process.

How businesses can recruit and retain the blind and partially sighted

Phil Clisby explores the ways businesses can better include the blind and partially sighted by adjusting their recruiting process and improving working environments.

4 myth-busting facts about how recruitment agencies find the best talent

Many myths and stereotypical misconceptions blight the recruitment industry. Here Sam Davies sets the record straight on four.