How To Hire More While Working Less Using AI!

Artificial intelligence is part of the present and future and is widely becoming an accepted HR technology. The emerging technologies helping to attract and identify quality candidates but the human connection still remains important. The industry is still in early adoption phase but we’re ready for the same. Aren’t we? Apurva Pundir, HR Manager at a top consulting firm discussed with Leslie Tyler VP Marketing at Glider, about AI, automation, and what it all means for talent sourcing. Apurva has been working in innovation and innovation management in past couple of years, which mean not only helping people come up with and implement new ideas, particularly in HR and recruitment, but also around assessing new technology and keeping an eye on the market. He discussed the challenges recruiters face in their day to day life and how technology can lead to reducing errors and save time. Watch this webinar and discover: – Why is automated hiring the way forward? – How can automated screening identify potential candidates? – How is a candidate’s experience enhanced using automated technologies? – How are emerging trends like video interviews accelerating the search for the right talent? Efficiency is a constant goal for any enterprise. Recruiters report an average of 14 hours a week at sourcing a single role and so it’s not a surprise that talent acquisition teams turn to automated hiring for help. Automated hiring provides structure, consistency and fairness to recruitment activities and systems. Keeping in pace with the generation Z & the millennials and their growth, organisations need to buck up and stay in the race as automation brings in a standardised quality & process along with improved costs. He also discussed video interviews & it’s benefits to your hiring process in terms of cost reduction, adding flexibility, increasing the speed of hiring and getting you to the social media good books. Click here to learn more about AI and to access the webinar recording.

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