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The world’s largest labour market by 2030 – The CASE India Project

The world’s largest labour market by 2030 – The CA...

22.06.2020

A highly-digitised world of recruitment means recruiters take in applications from a wide variety of countries. This naturally creates challenges around evaluating talent from backgrounds that these recruiters are completely unfamiliar with. While these backgrounds may be to...

AI in recruiting: Let's try it out!

AI in recruiting: Let's try it out!

07.05.2020

For years now, the focus of public discussion on the use of algorithms has been on how much responsibility we can take away from them. This is also the case in HR, where the opportunities of new technologies are discussed and, rightly so, viewed critically. However, it is no...

How COVID-19 Is Affecting Your Recruitment – And What You Can Do About It

How COVID-19 Is Affecting Your Recruitment – And W...

20.04.2020

by Joshua Madden, candidate select GmbH How COVID-19 Is Affecting Your Recruitment – And What You Can Do About It Covid-19, more commonly referred to as Coronavirus, has swiftly upended businesses all over the world, and with...

Fair Play – The Interaction Between Humans and Machines in Recruiting

Fair Play – The Interaction Between Humans and Mac...

19.03.2020

by Larissa Fuchs, University of CologneFor equality of opportunity – making recruiting fairer  In a global and digitally-connected world, aspects such as discrimination and fairness play a fundamental role. Inequality and lack of transparency remain common not only in o...

Is your ATS winning you top talent?

Is your ATS winning you top talent?

06.03.2020

The global average length of the job interview process is 23.7 days, according to Glassdoor, while Workable shows the global average time to hire is around 25 days. Either way, those 3+ weeks give competition ample time to select your top applicants before you’ve made your d...

AI and Machine Learning: Should We Embrace It?

AI and Machine Learning: Should We Embrace It?

18.02.2020

With the ongoing digital transformation of HR practices, there is an understandable amount of scepticism and reluctance to fully embrace automation in a practice that has nominally to do with humans. As many rightly point out, while machines can theoretically reduce or elimi...

Limitations of Candidate Screening Techniques

Limitations of Candidate Screening Techniques

29.01.2020

Candidate screening can be time-consuming. When you think about what most firms do, they tend to manually scan resumes and cover letters for relevant experience and personal information. This method is time-consuming, and may only really test how well your applicant writes....

The Trouble with Graduate Recruitment…and How Tech Solves It

The Trouble with Graduate Recruitment…and How Tech...

20.01.2020

Every year tens of thousands of positions are available for graduates, as firms seek young talent to develop and mold while benefitting from their innovative ideas and fresh perspectives. Yet according to a report on the UK graduate market for 2018-19, nearly half of busines...

Making Sense of Academic Qualifications: What We Do

Making Sense of Academic Qualifications: What We D...

16.01.2020

Applicants bring with them different degrees and different marks from different universities from different years. But is the value of a 2:1 or a First Class Honours in the UK the same in all of these respects? As can be seen in the picture above, this is simply not the case...

FAIR – Recruitment without discrimination

FAIR – Recruitment without discrimination

10.01.2020

FAIR (Fair Artificial Intelligence Recruiting) is CASE’s latest project. Until now we have been known for making university degrees more transparent and comparable; now with FAIR we will make recruitment even fairer. FAIR is a state-funded project which aims to s...