“People think AI should think for them, but that’s not the case. You’re supposed to put in your thoughts and have them give you inspiration.” 

Brianna Rooney, The Millionaire Recruiter

If you’re one of those recruiters who still feel AI will take over your job, spare some time and watch one of our exclusive Recruitment Unplugged episodes with Brianna Rooney. 

Her approach to hiring and #RecTech is forward-thinking, focusing on how these tools can complement and augment your skills.

Not only that, Brianna goes back in time to share her stories on: 

  • Utilizing Dice to find candidates when job portals weren’t available. 
  • Staring Techies after facing ethical issues in her previous job.
  • Keeping the human touch alive in recruitment. 

4 action-packed tips for embracing AI in hiring 

1. Utilize AI for time-consuming tasks

AI in recruiting software lets you automate candidate sourcing, resume screening, and interview scheduling, significantly reducing the hours you spend on usual tasks. 

This means you get more time to do what you do best: understanding what makes your applicants tick and finding the perfect match for your client.

2. Spot the AI opportunities

Take a moment and think about your day-to-day tasks. 

Which ones make you think, “No, not this again”? 

Those are the tasks for AI. 

Whether it’s a chatbot handling routine candidate questions or analytics predicting hiring trends, AI can step in and give you a breather. 

Plus, it’s a great way to balance your work life and keep your problem-solving brain sharp.

3. Be patient and stay curious

Like any new tool, AI isn’t perfect. 

It’s evolving, learning, and, yes, sometimes stumbling. Approach it with patience and a bit of curiosity. 

Try to train it better and feed in understandable prompts. Being open to continuous learning and adaptation is key to successfully integrating AI into recruiting practices.

4. Keep it ethical and fair

This one’s super important. As much as AI can be an ally, it’s crucial to use it responsibly. 

Regularly check that your tools are fair and unbiased, especially when it comes to evaluating candidates. 

To get more scoop, head over to the interview now!