Recruiters need to rise to the AI challenge

Recruiters must prepare themselves for the rise and rise of artificial intelligence (AI) in recruitment.

Recruiters must prepare themselves for the rise and rise of artificial intelligence (AI) in recruitment, according to Adecco Group’s global lead for digital transformation and innovation.

Marcus Sawyerr (pictured, above), president at Adecco Group X, told recruiters at the LinkedIn Talent Intelligence Summit in London that in order to be ready for when AI...

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