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Developing a Global Data Protection Framework for Artificial Intelligence in the Workplace

As employment-related artificial intelligence (“AI”) tools proliferate, multinational employers feel increasing pressure to deploy AI across their global offices. These tools can provide great value and efficiency across the employment life cycle. For example, recruiters request AI screening services that can save them days of time by quickly reviewing thousands of applications. Business partners want performance-monitoring tools that can save time on supervision. Employees may insist on generative AI tools to help them create reports, presentations, and trainings. The HR Department might request a chatbot that can answer common workforce questions. The list of requests may go on and on.

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