Employers are turning to artificial intelligence to identify fraudulent job candidates as remote hiring and labor shortages fuel a rise in opportunities for dishonesty on the part of applicants.
From getting another person to take their remote assessments for them to pulling a full bait-and-switch — where the person who interviews is not the same one who shows up for the job — candidate fraud is on the rise, according to an article in Business Insider. To combat this frustrating and sometimes expensive trend, employers are turning to artificial intelligence to identify such activity. Read more online.
The report cited in the article is based on joint research conducted by SIA and Glider AI and commissioned by Glider AI. SIA is the publisher of this newsletter.