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NEW!! ASHRM/WBU Student Chapter *Evening* Fall Series - Why Most Resumes Fail (Maybe it is What You Don’t Know About AI)

  • Thursday, August 24, 2023
  • 6:15 PM - 8:00 PM
  • In-Person OR Virtual Event!


  • Fee for non-members of SHRM or for those SHRM members that have not designated ASHRM as their chapter

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Why Most Resumes Fail (Maybe it is What You Don’t Know About AI)

 At the conclusion of this presentation, participants will be able to:

1.     Identify current uses of AI in the hiring process from the applicant’s perspective as well as the recruiter’s.
2.     Name 3+ ways in which AI is used for efficient, data-driven assessment of applications.
3.     Discuss the concerns currently raised regarding the business value of incorporating AI in human resource processes, including ethics, auditing, and candidate experience.
4.     Deliberate the question of whether AI is limiting applicant pipelines or refining the process and how HR metrics are set up to evaluate the impact on hiring.
5.     Create a resource list for reliable information on AI in HR, including 3+ tools job applicants are using for resume development and evaluation.

    Dr. Mary M Rydesky, SHRM-SCP

     Faculty & WBU SHRM Faculty Advisor, Wayland Baptist University.

    Dr. Rydesky’s doctorate in business focuses on human resources and her research addressed trust in the workplace. She has instructed graduates and undergraduates at Southwestern Medical School, Alaska Pacific University, and Wayland University. She developed degree programs in management and HR and has taught in the classroom as well as virtually. She has provided technology project management and leadership throughout her career, embracing new developments as an early adopter. Presently she teaches business information management and computer courses, one of which explores the impact of artificial intelligence (AI) on business procedures and operations.

    She has served SHRM as a volunteer leader at the student, local, state, and regional levels and held the positions of College Relations Director and Communications (NHRMA). As a speaker and consultant, she has provided numerous presentations at conferences and chapter events as well as within corporations and nonprofit organizations.


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