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Chatbots for Recruitment – What You Need To Know
Use Cases, Approaches and Project Time Commitment

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Join Graham Shroll and Ali Hackett from Meet & Engage as they discuss what to expect with chatbots in recruitment.

Featuring real up-to-date data from the Meet & Engage Candidate Experience Chatbots, and thought-provoking ideas around approaches for use and other use case examples, this is a must watch webinar for resourcing teams considering chatbot automation in 2019 and beyond.

During the 45 minute webinar, Ali and Graham discuss:

  • Chatbot automation – what problems are you trying to solve?
  • Ideas around where automation can help in your processes / use case ideas including experienced hires
  • What can be achieved without integration
  • What effort is required from a resourcing team perspective

Missed the previous webinar? You can watch the recording here: Candidate Experience Chatbots – The Yodel Journey

 

Meet the HOSTS

GRAHAM SHROLL
Director & CTO
Meet & Engage

ALI HACKETT
Director
Meet & Engage

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