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What is blind recruitment – and does it work?

cipHR

Discover why hiding personal details from candidates’ applications helps to improve the diversity of new hires, and how to introduce it to your organisation using an ATS. Blind recruitment is gaining traction as an effective way to recruit more diverse staff. The CBI has described name-blind recruitment as a way of removing “criteria that could unintentionally bias managers, and give under-represented groups confidence that their application will be fairly considered”.

60+ Top Global Influencers in HR Tech of 2019

Digital HR Tech

Hayal has extensive experience on topics including (among others) the evolution of the gig & on-demand economies, global talent strategy, workforce flexibility, and diversity. Think of courses about the art of giving feedback, how to become agile, aiming for diversity and many, many more.

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60+ Top Global Influencers in HR Tech of 2019

Digital HR Tech

Hayal has extensive experience on topics including (among others) the evolution of the gig & on-demand economies, global talent strategy, workforce flexibility, and diversity. Think of courses about the art of giving feedback, how to become agile, aiming for diversity and many, many more.

30+ Top Global Influencers in HR Tech of 2018

Digital HR Tech

Tim’s specialties include Talent Aquisition, Employment Branding, Performance Management and Succession Planning. Sharlyn is also the president of ITM Group Inc., Besides leading the global Talent Acquisition and Talent Mobility organization at Johnson & Johnson, Sjoerd also heads J&J’s Employee Experience efforts and their Millennial employee resource group. Oh yes, it’s that time again. We love us a good list here at Digital HR Tech.

Getting People Analytics Right: Josh Bersin Shares the Right Approach and Tools

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As Michael Lewis’s 2003 best-selling book Moneyball details, the team’s general manager Billy Beane couldn’t afford to bring in big-name, big-contract players, so he turned to the data to see what factors contributed most to success.