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Is Technology Helping or Hurting Corporate Recruiters and Human Resources?

Is Technology Helping or Hurting Corporate Recruiters and Human Resources?

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Vlog with Dr. Marie Gould Harper
Program Director, Management, American Public University

Many human resources professionals use applicant tracking software (ATS) and other similar software tools to sort through large pools of job candidates. Although these tools make the talent acquisition process easier by cutting down on the volume of work, these tools often overlook perfectly qualified job candidates who don’t have an ATS-compliant resume.

In this vlog, APU management professor Marie Gould Harper talks about how technology may be creating a roadblock to finding qualified applicants. She discusses the need to expand the human touch in recruiting and how online universities such as APU can encourage workforce readiness and leadership development.

About the Speaker

Dr. Marie Gould Harper is the Program Director of Management at American Public University. She holds an undergraduate degree in psychology from Wellesley College, a master’s degree in instructional systems from Pennsylvania State University and a doctorate in business from Capella University. She is a progressive coach, facilitator, writer, strategist and human resources/organizational development professional with more than 30 years of leadership, project management, and administrative experience. Dr. Gould Harper has worked in both corporate and academic environments.

Dr. Gould Harper is an innovative thinker and influential leader, manifesting people skills, a methodical approach to problems, organizational vision and ability to inspire followers. She is committed to continuous improvement in organizational effectiveness and human capital development, customer service and the development of future leaders.

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