As technology becomes more advanced, the human race must be prepared to adapt with it, or risk being left behind. While recruiting technology is making recruiters lives easier, it’s also shaping the hiring landscape. Is your company prepared for this shift?
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.
Every company struggles with budget issues. One year you project too high of a budget; the next year your projection is too low. With the current hiring market, it’s almost impossible to accurately predict what your hiring costs should be … or is it?
If you aren’t using automation to help speed up your hiring process, you’re missing out on top talent. By using automation, recruiters and HR departments will continue to focus on creating a completely seamless experience for new hires as they move through recruitment, induction, onboarding, and training; but not necessarily in that order.
As a new year is upon us, it’s that time to reflect on the year past and what may come for the year ahead. Certainly, the market has shown that when it comes to employment, 2019 is set to continue the trend of record-low unemployment rates, an aging workforce that continues to remain involved in […]
2018 brought about a number of hiring issues that seem to have carried over into the new year. One main issue that still remains is the low unemployment rate, making it more difficult for employers to find and retain top talent. While employers continue to find new ways to attract talent, there are two other […]
Consumers today are hot on conversational artificial intelligence (AI), whether they’re shopping online via mobile-based digital assistants (e.g., Siri or The Google Assistant) or tapping their smart speaker (e.g., the Amazon Echo or Google Home) for flight updates, travel tips, and local weather information for their travel destinations.
Each year, companies add to their seasonal workforce to address anticipated customer demand—by how much depends in part on the state of the overall economy and forecasted holiday spending levels.
Scheduling can be one of the most frustrating parts of a recruiter’s job. You want to make sure you’re accommodating the candidate’s schedule without interfering with your own. And let’s face it: Going back and forth between a paper planner, Google calendar, and dropbox can become frustrating and time-consuming. If you haven’t started using online […]
In yesterday’s post, we discussed the idea that using artificial intelligence (AI) or big data in the recruiting process doesn’t eliminate problems with discrimination and bias. Perhaps counter-intuitively, these methods can actually emphasize bias if we’re not careful because the machine doesn’t know any better. It can only assess the (often imperfect) traits it is told to […]
Instinctively, it would seem that using a machine, data, or artificial intelligence (AI) to review job applicants would create a process that is fairer by default.