According to a new survey of 2,000 people, 69% of workers think artificial intelligence (AI) has no place in some hiring tasks. Nearly half (40%) said AI shouldn’t be used in selecting new hires, and one-third said this technology shouldn’t be used to conduct virtual job interviews or for assessing candidates’ truthfulness about their experience or qualifications. One-fifth of respondents said that AI shouldn’t be used to notify rejected candidates about final hiring decisions, screen resumes, or onboard new hires. To make sure that the use of AI and other technology doesn’t alienate or offend workers who prefer face-to-face communication, seek their preferences up front before implementing sourcing, screening, and onboarding practices. At the same time, if you see a role for AI in your hiring processes, discuss solutions with your tech team to determine if and how it will be beneficial in the long run. Read the full article.