Diversity and 'new age' interviews help in quest for talent

A focus on less obvious aspects of diversity and making interviews less formal are helping companies to find the staff they need.

Each year, LinkedIn surveys more than 8,800 recruiters and hiring managers from 39 countries to create a snapshot of trends affecting recruitment today and preparing hirers for the year ahead. For 2018, four key themes have dominated our ‘Global Recruiting Trends’ report: diversity, introducing a ‘new-age’ interview process, artificial intelligence and data. But it’s the...

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