With growing income inequality and fears of losing low-skilled jobs to automation and new technologies like artificial intelligence, there have been increasing calls throughout the country for a “living wage.”
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With recruiting technology rapidly replacing in-person interviews, hiring managers are beginning to miss something very important: the personality of the candidate.
Over the last few posts, we’ve chatted with Emily He, Senior Vice President of Oracle’s Human Capital Management Cloud Business Group.
In part one of our interview with Emily He, Senior Vice President of Oracle’s Human Capital Management Cloud Business Group, we discussed how artificial intelligence (AI) is humanizing work for Human Resources (HR) professionals and employees, alike. Today we’ll continue our conversation with Emily and look at how AI is helping to improve the HR […]
Artificial intelligence (AI) can humanize the workplace, perhaps the opposite of what most of us would think. Emily He, Senior Vice President of Oracle’s Human Capital Management Cloud Business Group recently joined us to discuss how AI can improve your recruiting and candidate experience.
If you thought the pay gap issue was limited to just gender, think again. A new study by beqom—a cloud-based compensation software provider—reveals that age, race, and gender can affect U.S. employees’ compensation.
In part one of this article, we introduced programmatic recruiting, which is the idea of taking the recruiting process and optimizing it through technology. The end result of programmatic recruiting is that job ads are placed where they will be most relevant—a result which may change for each role, and may change moment to moment, and […]
Have you heard of programmatic recruiting? In essence, programmatic recruiting is the idea of taking the recruiting process and optimizing it through technology. It emphasizes using technological means—rather than using people—to improve efficiencies in the recruiting process. More of the process becomes automated, using data to make decisions.
The employment landscape has changed drastically over the years, and with new and improved technologies coming into the market, hiring and recruiting will continue to change. What better time to start rethinking your talent acquisition strategies than the present!
Technology can be a blessing and a curse. No matter how you view technology, one thing remains clear: it’s taking over, and the workplace is no exception!