Graduate Recruiters Network (GRN) Masterclass Series

5: Tech Masterclass: Machine Learning and AI in Recruitment

av Graduate Recruiters Network (GRN) Masterclass Series | Publicerades 9/23/2019

The pace of change in HR Tech is alarming with huge investments being made right now so what can we expect to learn from some of the practical examples currently being deployed in graduate recruitment? At the recent invitation-only GRN Masterclass, members were treated to insights from both Higher Education and Inhouse recruiters by Lynne Hamilton-Gow from ICAEW and Max Knupfer from EVA.ai. Jenny from GRB did a fantastic job opening and chairing the event and also announcing the new website for GRN! In attendance to hear these insights were senior early talent managers from forward-thinking recruiters such as Accenture, Adobe, Boeing, John Lewis Partnership and Selecta plus many others, kindly hosted at ICAEW in London. After an engaging Q&A session, GRN members were enlightened with practical advice to go back to their teams and their next board meetings. So, what were some of the key takeaways?

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Hello. Graduate Recruiters Network (GRN) was established by Dan Hawes, Co-Founder of the Graduate Recruitment Bureau (GRB) in 2009. GRN is designed as an invitation-only members group exclusively for clients of GRB and other carefully selected Graduate Recruiters, HR Advisors, HR Business Partners, Recruitment Managers, Recruitment Directors, Talent Partners and Talent Leads from a broad spectrum of companies and sectors across the UK and Europe. We have over 2,300 members. This informal group provides a confidential and relaxed environment to discuss current topics in graduate recruitment, share knowledge and help everyone reach their graduate recruitment goals. Every March, June, September and December we invite up to 30 members to a GRN Masterclass event in the City of London. We spend two hours hearing brief presentations from University Heads of Careers, researchers, thought leaders and practitioners and then spend the majority of the time discussing and debating the key issues.