Are you struggling to get your head around this new technology on what changes are in store for HR and recruitment and how quickly those changes will come? I thought I would expand on the subject for you with a few AI insights for the HR and business community.
Human Centred Design is gaining momentum in HR as more organisations are accepting they need to put employees and experiences at the centre of all they do. More simply put, “Design Thinking” is a way to solve complex …
Recently there was a Talent Acquisition Forum in Sydney, where leading employers from across Australia discussed some of the challenges faced by their Talent Acquisition (TA) teams. They spoke about what’s going to be needed by 2020 and where HR services will need a shift in thinking and services.
Over the last couple of years, I’ve had the privilege to work with some big names (as well as some smaller enterprises too) and a common pattern has emerged. The same business complaints in recruitment keep coming up. These complaints revolved around the length of time it takes to hire, the cost associated with each hire and the quality of the hires.
A great employer brand depends on a strong candidate experience. Understanding how your organisation is viewed both by clients and potential employees, and attempting to improve that image, is all part of employer branding. Candidate experience is a part of this. Ensuring that your organisation cares for its applicants and employees, from the very start of their interaction with your business is all part of ensuring a high quality experience.