Over the past few months, I’ve been researching artificial intelligence tools for talent acquisition to better understand the scope of capabilities and effectiveness in the marketplace. From automation, to job matching and chat bots, AI is transforming the way companies think and work. One of the most common business problems I hear from our customers is the lack of enough work hours in the day. That’s where AI comes in, allowing companies to work smarter and more effectively.
There are new tools popping up each day, so here is a quick guide for you to reference when evaluating available tools.
(Note: These are not listed in any particular rank or order.)
Business Objective: Attract, screen, engage and onboard candidates
Business Objective: Automate and match candidates with opportunities
Business Objective: Automatically review and score a candidate’s interview
The adoption of AI is still at an early stage, so many are skeptical of it’s potential. However, what’s important is that it’s not going anywhere, nor is it going to replace people or eliminate jobs. Rather, it will minimize the amount of time spent on routine everyday tasks so one can be more efficient and strategic with their time. Here are some questions to ask yourself when evaluating an AI tool for your organization.
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