We've all seen the Steven Spielberg Artificial Intelligence AI movie, or at least imagined robots once in your life when you heard the word artificial intelligence. AI has been prevalent in obsessed over by pop-culture, and often dramatised artificial intelligence into sci-fi movies like the Terminator and Blade Runner, where the very high-tech human like robots are always trying to kill us. Stephen Hawking even famously voiced his fears about machines taking charge of the world one day - despite him having to rely on AI to communicate with the world. Unable to speak since 1985, he used a series of different communication systems that helped him talk and write, culminating in the now-legendary computer operated by one muscle in his right cheek. Spielberg's movies did have one thing right - AI is indeed the future, but maybe just not exactly how our favourite childhood movies depicted them.
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Bias during the recruitment process has been subject to intense scrutiny for years. Companies are recognising the responsibility they have to mitigate discrimination and bias in the workforce, as well as how it affects the productivity and success of teams. As diversity and inclusion in the workplace has often been framed as a challenge that needs to be tackled by companies, hiring managers and recruiters are more and more focussing their assessments based on unbiased decision making.
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Medical and health-care occupations are among the fastest-growing jobs worldwide. As the world's population grows and our ageing people live longer, healthier lives, support staff are needed in these fields to manage medical records, insurance claims and billing, and general patient care. A remote hiring software combines strengths with the power of artificial intelligence and other technology-based support; in the era of COVID-19, it's truly the best way to remain resilient.
If you do not integrate stringent procedures into your recruiting practices, you will find it challenging to achieve good treatment results. If you let it be, remote work is the way of the future. The number of people who work from home is increasing. If you're considering recruiting remote workers, stay with us.
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The hiring process can be challenging and stressful for an employer, no matter what business. In healthcare recruiting, however, there's an extra layer to it. Employees in the healthcare industry directly affect consumers' health and general well-being, which increases the burden on healthcare organizations.