Academic Papers

Perceived Fairness of Algorithmic Recruitment Tools

In this paper, we review applicants’ perceptions of the procedural fairness of algorithmic recruitment tools based on key findings from seven key studies, sampling over 1300 participants between them. We focus on the sub-facets of behavioural control, the extent to which individuals feel their behaviour can influence an outcome, and social presence, whether there is the perceived opportunity for a social connection and empathy.

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