AI in HR: What Employers Need to Know | Sessions

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AI in HR: What Employers Need to Know
In-Person Wednesday 06/14/2023 10:30 AM - 11:30 AM   Add to calendar

Competencies: Business (Behavioral), Organization (Technical) | Intended Audience: Mid-Level
Workplace Application:
Attendees will learn how to navigate risks and identify pitfalls in this technology, while also acknowledging areas that are rife with possibilities. 

As AI becomes more commonplace in HR recruitment, it's raised concerns about oversight and discrimination. So what do employers need to know as they navigate this new technology in recruiting?  In this presentation, Dr. Thomas Carnahan, an industrial/organizational psychologist, and Victoria Lipnic, former EEOC Acting Chair, will discuss emerging trends as they relate to AI in recruiting, current and future regulations, and the automation of certain human-centric processes. As part of this discussion, the presenters will explore how AI might impact accommodations for Individuals with Disabilities, how employers should evaluate whether AI tools are considering job-related factors, and how to monitor the use of such tools for adverse impact and general fairness.

Learning Objectives:

  • What is AI and how is it being applied by employers currently.
  • What is the law addressing currently (EEOC, OFCCP, and states).
  • What employers need to consider when applying AI.
  • How to conduct an audit of AI tools.

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Thomas J. Carnahan, Ph.D Photo
Thomas J. Carnahan, Ph.D, Manager, Pay Equity Services,
Berkshire Associates
Victoria Lipnic Photo
Victoria Lipnic, Lead of Human Capital Strategy Group,
Resolution Economics