LIVE How is AI affecting the way we hire? WeVent charity fundraiser

South Place Hotel, 3 South Place, London

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Thu 26th Apr 2018

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Workshops & Talks
Where:South Place Hotel, 3 South Place, London EC2M 2AF
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Times:18:30 - 22:00
Admission:£8 - £12 online reservation
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About the event

The hiring market doesn’t look anything like it did ten years ago. In fact, it doesn't have all that much in common with how it looked one year ago.

Process automation using advanced technologies is leading to a wealth of data on candidates, altering the balance of employee to business power and enabling a greater level of transparency on employee engagement strategies.

But how can you use automated approaches to win the best talent today? And how can you prepare your organization for the technological disruptions coming over the next few years?

Our group of expert panelists will explore how recruitment strategies are changing with digital disruption, outlining how they are embracing data to improve their talent acquisition strategies.

Answering questions and advising on how Artificial Intelligence can help develop a culture of inclusivity you will learn how to identify the right candidates that will give your business the edge over the competition using new and emerging technologies.

Hear from:

Robin Bailey, Director of Capricorn Media and former BBC broadcaster

Raj Hayer, Consultant, Transformation and Human Capital Expert

James Grant, CEO & founder of Weavee

Neil Farrell, Managing Director of Farrell Associates

Michael Rendell, PWC UK HR Transformation and Innovation Leader, Partner at Nala Ventures

Michael Berns, Digital Transformation, FinTech, AI thought leader, London Business School, Digital Reasoning

Join us in the spring warmth at South Place Hotel in Liverpool Street for our 7th WeVent. Beer, wine and nibbles will be provided!

Tickets for this event are limited so be quick to claim yours!

All proceeds will go to the WCIT Trust, a charitable organization that offers IT training programmes to the disadvantaged, disabled and socially excluded.

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