Matt Churchward: Recruiter vs Robot

You can’t predict much in recruitment but one thing we can safely hang our hat on is that 2017 will bring with it hundreds of tech start-ups trying to crack the recruitment space.

The word ‘technology’ is emotive to people in any sector – as is the word ‘robot’ (derived from a Slavonic word that means servitude, forced labour or drudgery). The idea of getting rid of recruiters would no doubt be met with enthusiastic high-fives by many who sit outside of our sector. One can’t help but wonder if a number of these tech solutions are actually passion...

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DeeDee Doke, editor

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