Artificial Intelligence, or AI, is the coming wave of technology for HR functions, especially in the realm of hiring. But are organizations ready to fully embrace AI and it's implications?
Hiring new employees is a critical part of being a business leader, and it involves much more than simply looking over resumes and conducting interviews. The truth is that hiring good employees can make or break your business.
Recruiting new hires involves risk management, as well, since the investment in time, resources and money can be quite high with each new employee hired. In addition, you have to manage the expectations of the candidates along with that of management and even the prospective employee’s co-workers.
Unfortunately, there are many mistakes and oversights that employers can make that could deter good candidates, or lead to poor hires.
In larger companies, the HR staff is often responsible for a number of the recruiting and hiring functions for new employees. While there are some aspects of these functions that are fairly universal and never really change, there are other aspects that should change or even be added to the process.