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Hiring Through Algorithms

@inproceedings{Walldn2017HiringTA,
  title={Hiring Through Algorithms},
  author={Erik Walld{\'e}n and N. Laporte},
  year={2017}
}
Through technological advancements and the evolution of e-Recruitment tools, Human Resource Management (HRM) has evolved from a traditionally analog talent acquisition process towards a digitized replicant. In this thesis we investigate and aim to make sense of current managerial challenges within the recruitment processes when using currently available e-Recruitment tools. 

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