The Good, the Bad, and the Algorithm

When HR should leverage AI for smarter decisions

In this Podcast, we will explore the role of artificial intelligence in HR decision-making and how it can lead to more informed and effective outcomes. Kate brings a wealth of experience in the HR technology space, having worked with numerous organizations to implement AI-powered solutions that drive better hiring and retention decisions. In this session, she will share her insights on the benefits and challenges of leveraging AI in HR, as well as best practices for ensuring ethical and equitable use of these technologies.

Whether you’re an HR professional looking to optimize your recruitment process, or a business leader seeking to understand the potential impact of AI on your workforce, this webinar is a must-attend event. Register today to secure your spot and gain valuable insights on the future of HR technology!

Key Takeaways

  • Clear and simple goals are crucial for driving alignment and performance within organizations.
  • The integration of AI technology can revolutionize HR processes, making them more efficient and effective.
  • The future HR professional needs to have a holistic understanding of various HR functions and utilize technology to optimize outcomes.
  • Effective communication is a fundamental management skill valued by employees and contributes to a positive work environment.
  • Leveraging AI in hiring can help eliminate unconscious biases and focus on skill-based assessments, leading to fairer and more inclusive hiring practices.

AI can help eliminate unconscious biases in hiring and make the process more skill-based and inclusive.

About Kate DCamp

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Kate DCamp

Ex. CHRO Cisco

Kate is an advisor, counselor, and board member for pre-public start-ups. She has served on boards and as a counselor for senior management teams. Kate has significant acquisition and disposition experience with companies such as Anthem, GE, and Cisco. She has been an instructor in the Advanced Human Resources Education Program at the University of Michigan and is a Law School Graduate from Michigan State University. Kate has also been a Senior Executive Advisor, SVP of Human Resources, and Global Leader of Compensation & Executive Programs at GE Capital.