As the hunt for skilled employees in China intensifies, pharmaceutical group Sanofi is using artificial intelligence to identify the most promising and loyal applicants.
“We are facing a very fierce talent war, not just from multinationals but from a lot of Chinese companies that want to expand,” says Iris Zhou, head of talent acquisition for Asia Pacific.
Sanofi has been using an algorithm for the past two years to assess interns on their potential cultural fit with the organisation. Only then are the shortlisted candidates interviewed by HR staff.
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By Andrew Jack
Source: Financial Times
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