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Inclusive Talent Acquisition

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Meryl Evans, accessibility expert and LinkedIn Top Voice in Disability Advocacy 2022, discusses the top small steps that hiring managers can take to impact inclusion in talent acquisition.

HR professionals using AI-enabled tools must ensure their assessment methodologies are ethical and accurately measure potential in candidates.

Apprenticeship programs are on the rise due to employer demand and proven results. PEAT is working with partners to build bridges between high-growth industries and inclusive apprenticeship programs to help create career opportunities for people with disabilities.

PEAT created this general checklist to support staff in working together to ensure that your organization uses artificial intelligence (AI) tools in inclusive ways.

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Podcast: Effective Recruiting Tips: Leverage AI and Enhance Inclusion

Adonis Wooten-Herron, North American Recruiting Lead for Women’s Initiatives, Persons with Disabilities, and LGBTQ+ at Accenture, shares how people and AI-enabled technology can work together to create more inclusive recruiting practices. He underscores the importance of staying passionate and keeping informed to ensure that the core of your hiring [...]

Podcast: Ethics, Equity, & Inclusion in Emerging Technologies

Noble Ackerson, Director of Product for AIML with Ventera Corporation and President of the CyberXR Coalition, discusses the need for diverse and inclusive extended reality (XR) and shares his perspective on artificial intelligence (AI) ethics. He also gives guidance on AI-enabled hiring tools and bias mitigation. […]

Reduce Bias & Increase Inclusion in Your AI Hiring Technology

Does your organization use artificial intelligence (AI) in your hiring process? If your organization uses tools to automate tasks, such as sorting through lists of skills on resumes or for something more complex such as tracking eye gaze during virtual interviews, then the tools are likely powered by AI. [...]

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