Increasing Use of Artificial Intelligence in the HR Departments
AI is everywhere today, and there are many aspects to consider as to how it will impact the future of work.
Artificial intelligence is present in virtually every major industry from healthcare to advertising, transportation, finance, legal, education, and now also inside our workplaces. According to Personnel Today, 38% of enterprises are already using AI in their workplace with 62% expecting to start using it as early as this year. According to Bersin by Deloitte, 33% of employees expect that their jobs will become augmented by AI shortly.
Application in Human Resource departments-
Recruitment: AI-powered recruitment platforms can help automate tasks such as resume screening, scheduling interviews, and sending out interview reminders. Incorporating AI-powered analytics solutions will not only assist in data-driven hiring or identifying employee departure trends, but timely available data will unquestionably help HR and the leadership make strategic decisions and reduce potential risks.
Attracting Talent: LinkedIn is a great example of using AI to attract talent. The company is using one of the most prominent types of simple machine learning – the related jobs feature. Glassdoor and Seek use such algorithms to produce interaction maps, which are based on user’s previous searches, clicks, posts, etc.
Tracking and assessment: Most machine learning applications are used for applicant tracking and assessment, as there is a great number of companies that deal with an enormous amount of jobs applocations on a daily basis. HR management personnel work with the latest HR tools to track a candidate’s journey through the interview process.
Employee Turnover Detection: This is probably the most difficult challenge, and one of the most important missions of the HR department. Employee turnover detection is achieved with the use of advanced pattern recognition technology which surveys a list of relevant variables.