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Job interview 4.0 – legal considerations for automated face and speech recognition
Rihm Rechtsanwälte
  • International
  • 26 June 2019

Many companies advertise and sell sophisticated video interview software to large companies for recruitment purposes. While applicants are interviewed from the comfort of their own homes, up to 20,000 data points can be collected from this type of interview and analysed instantaneously using algorithms to find the right employee. However, many legal issues have arisen following the introduction of this software.

The art of war: keeping and attracting talent in disrupted labour markets
Carey Olsen Bermuda
  • International
  • 24 April 2019

There are several steps that employers can take to mitigate the risk of their employees leaving to join a competitor. Many employers already offer incentive-based remuneration packages which aim to align their longer-term interests with those of their employees. While such long-term incentive plans, together with a clear communication strategy, can assist with retention, employers should actively consider additional measures.

Digitalisation, automation and the global labour market
  • International
  • 06 September 2017

Modern information technology and the daily use of the Internet have strongly influenced the world of work in the 21st century. Intelligent algorithms simplify everyday tasks, and it is impossible to imagine how most steps of a procedure could be managed without them. Further, the use of artificial intelligence and robotics is accelerating. Thus, the question arises as to what the future world of work will look like and how long it will take for this to happen.

Jay Webster
Carey Olsen
  • Hamilton
  • Bermuda
Michael Hanson
Carey Olsen
  • Hamilton
  • Bermuda
Hasret Mutlu
Rihm Rechtsanwälte
  • Zurich
  • Switzerland

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