Recently, we sat down with Ankit Somani, cofounder of AllyO, to discuss what conversational artificial intelligence (AI) is, and how it’s revolutionizing the recruiting industry.
Category: Recruiting Technology
No surprise, technology has entered the field of recruiting, and recruiters are now bombarded with options for letting technology assist with their roles.
Recently, the editors at Recruiting Daily Advisor had the pleasure of sitting down with Zoe Harte, Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Talent Innovation at Upwork to discuss the findings of UpWork’s newly released report: Future Workforce HR Report 2018.
In yesterday’s post, we discussed the importance of using eLearning in your new hire onboarding experience, as well as the benefits this strategy has to offer. If you’re considering using a learning management system (LMS) tool for your training process, you’ll want to keep these six features in mind.
There’s no denying new hiring tools have made our lives easier, especially in the retail and hospitality industries. Instead of sifting through a hundred paper résumés a week, basic software can process the same information in seconds.
Back in the “old days,” (before advancements in technology) new employee onboarding used to be a one-size-fits-all affair. Over the past few years, organizations have begun to realize the importance of a holistic approach wielding cutting-edge, technology-based eLearning materials to ease the orientation process and set up new team members for later success.
In part one, we introduced the idea of using predictive analytics in recruiting. Let’s take a look at some of the ways to do exactly that.
Wouldn’t it be nice to have some way to assess the likelihood that a given candidate will stay with the organization long term—or to have at least a way to predict which candidate is more likely to succeed in your organization if more than one seems qualified for a given role?
Competition for talent is fierce, and the pool for top candidates is seemingly small. That means finding, recruiting, and retaining talented employees is more challenging than ever before.
While low unemployment numbers represents great news for job applicants, it creates a challenging scenario for many employers struggling to fill key positions with qualified candidates. While employers spent years awash with desperate applicants, many may now be wishing they could only be reconnected with some of the potential hires they turned away not that […]
The “war for talent” was originally coined by Steven Hankin of McKinsey & Company back in 1997. Times may have changed significantly with technology since that time, and the war for talent has once again ignited!