10 Ways Artificial Intelligence Will Change Recruitment Practices

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According to Undercover Recruiter, artificial intelligence (AI) is expected to replace 16% of HR jobs within the next 10 years. While this doesn’t necessarily mean you will be without a position, it does mean that your time will free up with this technology’s integration.

AI can make recruiting easier and quicker. It can improve the recruitment process and help with those mundane tasks that no one appreciates. Allowing AI to assist you in the recruiting process can give you the time to focus more on hiring the right person for the job versus the tasks necessary to make it happen.

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10. Automation, Advanced Data Analytics

AI serves both candidates and employers as both struggle to access humans. One tosses an electronic application into the bottomless abyss. The other sorts through mountains of unmanageable data. Both are searching for the perfect fit. As automation advances, and highly relevant analytics are leveraged, employers and candidates will increasingly focus on what matters most, a mutually great fit. – Terry Hoffmann, Hoffmann Coaching

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Written by: Terry Hoffmann

Terry Hoffmann specializes in partnering with organizations to create, deliver, and enhance their coaching programs. She coaches physicians, executives, and teams to drive profitability, foster loyalty, enhance provider and staff engagement and satisfaction, and create high performance work cultures. Terry's educational background includes a Graduate Certificate in Executive and Professional Coaching from the University of Texas at Dallas Naveen Jindal School of Management, Master's degree in counseling psychology from the University of North Florida and a Bachelor's of Science in psychology from Colorado State University. She holds a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) credential through the International Coach Federation and a Board Certified Coach (BCC) through the Center for Credentialing and Education.

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