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Transform your hiring with AI

When it comes to the benefits of including Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the hiring process, helping recruiters write job posts and candidate emails faster is just the beginning. Learn how you can harness the power of AI responsibly to make your hiring process more efficient and effective.

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AI in hiring can help make things better, faster, fairer and more efficient, benefiting companies and candidates alike.”

Henry Tsai

Chief Product Officer at Greenhouse

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AI and automation

Closing the employee skills gap series: Why upskilling for AI technology is essential

Employee skills need to be ready for AI. If there was a theme for 2023, it was artificial intelligence (AI). ChatGPT and dozens of other AI technology products burst onto the market, and the AI…


AI and automation

Transform your hiring with AI

When it comes to the benefits of including Artificial Intelligence (AI) in the hiring process, helping recruiters write job posts and candidate emails faster is just the beginning. Hear from our…


AI and automation

Elevate your efficiency: How to use AI in recruiting

Artificial intelligence (AI) entered the conversation in early 2023. But if you haven’t defined your AI policy yet, it can overwhelm and confuse you. How do you respond with no information? With so…


AI and automation

AI in Greenhouse: Your key to hiring efficiency in 2024

The emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) has already inspired many businesses to transform their approach to hiring efficiency. From streamlining hiring processes with automation to identifying…


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With great power comes great responsibility: A commitment to data privacy with AI use

It’s no secret that AI is taking the world by storm. And with this new explosion of AI tools comes a surge of new legislation targeting an area that has not really been specifically regulated prior…