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The Use of Artificial Intelligence and Other Technologies in Recruiting (New York Public Library) – VIRTUAL
February 9, 2021 @ 6:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Companies are using more and more technology in every step of the hiring process. Cory Kapner explains how to recognize when a company is using these technologies, what technologies are good and not so good for job seekers, and overall best practices on how to use these technologies to your advantage.
About the Presenter:
Cory Kapner is currently a VP for Recruitics, a global recruitment marketing agency headquartered in NYC and San Francisco. Previously, he served as the Managing Director of UK and Europe for Recruitics. Before Recruitics, Cory worked for Indeed.com and ran a full desk of recruitment at Michael Page International where he learned and solutioned against some of the greatest job seeker challenges. For the last 2 years, Cory has been volunteering at the New York Public Library as a career coach assisting job seekers with their job search, organization, interview tips, and salary negotiation.