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Proceed with Caution When Using AI to Recruit

Artificial intelligence (AI) has become increasingly prevalent in many aspects of modern life, and it has many applications in the business world, as well. One area that AI has been utilized extensively in is the early phases of the recruitment process. Many businesses employ certain algorithms, or AI, to help narrow down the pool of […]

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Meeting Today’s Human Capital Challenges

Automation, the need for new skills, an aging workforce, and tightening labor markets are only a few of the human capital challenges organizations face. Add to these a more vocal and empowered workforce, along with a societal call to action, and it becomes apparent there is a need for increased leadership collaboration.

Recruiting Bots for the Win

In Friday’s Advisor, we introduced the idea of using recruitment bots (aka chatbots, AI recruitment, or automated assistant) and what types of tasks they could perform. Today, we’re taking a look at the benefits for recruiters who are utilizing these recruitment bots.

What’s a Recruitment “Bot”?

Have you heard of recruitment “bots”? These bots, short for robots, are a new trend in automation taking over workplace tasks. As the name would imply, this new type of bot specializes in recruitment functions. At its core, this is a form of artificial intelligence that can perform basic functions and interact with people who […]

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U.S. Employers Not Prepared for Talent Challenges from Expected Surge in Work Automation

Work automation, including the use of artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics, is expected to surge in the next three years in companies throughout the United States, according to a survey by Willis Towers Watson, a leading global advisory, broking, and solutions company. However, the survey finds very few companies and HR functions are fully prepared […]

Is HR Automation Happening Too Fast?

While employers increasingly see the benefits of HR technology, a new survey from global talent solutions firm Randstad Sourceright also finds there are serious concerns about the pace of change.