In this episode, Bill Banham talks with Jim Stroud about whether or not AI will replace recruiters. Listen as Jim offers his take on what functions of recruitment will and will not be replaced by the bots.
Jim is the author of 5 HR-related books, producer of the YouTube series - "The Jim Stroud Show," and producer of "The Jim Stroud Podcast." He is also the creative mind behind "The Recruiting Life," a comic strip and newsletter about the world of work. More details highlighting his career, media citations, creative writing and public speaking events can be found on his blog, JimStroud.com.
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More About Jim Stroud
Jim has built expertise in sourcing and recruiting strategy, public speaking, lead generation, video production, podcasting, online research, competitive intelligence, online community management, and training.
He has consulted for such companies as Microsoft, Google, MCI, Siemens, Bernard Hodes Group (acquired by Findly), and a host of startup companies.
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