Cognitive and AI technologies are transforming talent acquisition

How ready are you to take advantage of them?

Posted by Bhawna Bist and Alice Jun on July 2, 2019.

Cognitive and AI technologies are increasingly pervasive in the world of talent acquisition (TA), in the news, in the minds of leaders, and among solution providers. How ready is your organization to implement them in a way that can be truly transformational?

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Automated assessments

Changing how you think about talent acquisition

Posted by Kevin Moss, Bill Cleary, and Bhawna Bist on May 14, 2019.

Candidate assessments have long been an integral part of helping organizations gauge candidates’ skill level, fit for the role, and cultural fit with the organization. While traditional assessment methods aren’t likely to disappear in the near future, there is a growing shift in the way talent is assessed. As automated, AI-based assessments mature, many organizations are using these innovative solutions to capture the right candidate data and facilitate more effective hiring.

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The humbotic imperative


Posted by Mike Bentley, Ben Dollar, Jeba Dharmaraj and Stephanie Levitt on November 30, 2017.

The rise of robots in organizations has resulted in two schools of thought—those who believe robots will replace humans and those who believe robots will help humans perform better. Our view is that the world has reached a tipping point where robots and humans are set to thrive in a symbiotic partnership. It’s time to start thinking, “Can a bot do this task for me?”

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Minds + Machines: Revolutionizing work, careers, and learning

Posted by
Michael Griffiths
,  Matt Stevens, and Carly Ackerman on October 27, 2017.

We often hear threats of the imminent doom headed our way in the form of artificially intelligent robots. Instead of considering robotics and cognitive technologies as a way to reduce the need for humans, organizations should be considering how the future of work drives complementary capacity created by automation. HR and Learning & Development (L&D) have a significant opportunity to help the organization transition toward structures capable of moving faster, learning rapidly, and embracing the dynamic, human-centered careers created as a result of digital proliferation and increased automation.

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