New guidelines for more inclusive AI in recruitment

Speakers left to right, Annika, Kimberley, Manisha, Joshua
AI recruitment tools offer immense opportunity for organisations, but AI can be a double-edged sword when it comes to workforce diversity. For newcomers, this uncharted territory can feel intimidating because they may not know where to start. For more seasoned users, it can be challenging to know whether AI recruitment is working for or against diversity.
As part of DCA’s three-phase project on AI in recruitment, DCA in partnership with sponsor Hudson RPO, has designed new employer guidelines to help leaders and practitioners understand how to use AI recruitment tools inclusively.
Join event emcee Dr Jane O’Leary, DCA’s Research Director, and Dr Annika Kaabel, Research Manager, who will introduce members to DCA’s T.R.E.A.D. (Team Up, Reflect, Educate, Acquire, Decide) framework for more inclusive AI in recruitment, giving practical recommendations for employers eager to deploy AI.
Jane will then unpack how these practices impact diversity and inclusion inside organisations with our guest speakers, including: 
  1. Kimberley Hubble (she/her), CEO, Hudson RPO APAC,
  2. Dr Manisha Amin (she/her), CEO and Chief Strategist and visionary of the Centre for Inclusive Design, and
  3. Joshua Griffin (he/him), Head of Talent, Development & Inclusion, SBS.

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