Using AI to Recruit in 2024

Filling an open position at a company can be a difficult, time-consuming experience for recruiters. It could take several weeks, or even months, for hiring managers to sort through applications and set up interviews. It is particularly difficult for smaller and mid-size firms.

In a survey by Tidio, a customer-service platform, 67% of human-resources professionals said that they see the value in artificial-intelligence tools. In fact, HR has already been using AI tools and, while it's clear the hiring process is in a major transition, what does this transition look like and where will we end up.

HR is already using AI tools at various stages of the recruiting process, from reviewing resumes and filtering them through our applicant tracking system or using it to short list candidates.

At the same time, HR is dealing with the ethical challenges of using AI tools in the recruiting process, from inherent bias in the system to the risks of eliminating good candidates through a lack of planning.

Join us to examine some of the tools of AI, how AI works to simplify the recruiting process and how HR can manage the risks associated with artificial intelligence.

What You will Learn

- What is Artificial Intelligence?
- Using AI to recruit in 2024
- What are the risks of AI?
- AI tools you can use right now
- AI tools for the future
- How to adapt AI in your HRIS
- Data driven HR
- Ethical challenges

What We will Discuss

It would take weeks to gather and analyze the same quantity of data manually that AI processes can accomplish in seconds. In today’s fast-moving business environment, speed is critical for the following reasons:

- Empowering faster decisions at the right times to generate business opportunities
- Getting accurate information quickly
- Facilitating pattern recognition to spot trends
- Accelerating all company processes
- Learning from past mistakes and successes

Artificial intelligence comes in narrow and strong levels, but most AI systems can be classified in three categories: voice recognition, bots and algorithms. There are actually many kinds of artificial intelligence that can range from calculating auto immune system performance to automating physical systems, but the three major areas that concern HR are voice recognition, robot automation and algorithms. 

Why You Should Attend

Any organization is only as good as its people, and every business—big or small, local or global—is beginning to appreciate this reality, especially after the recent surge in post-pandemic employee turnovers.  

The trend of employees leaving their jobs, coupled with the digital disruption of the workforce, has forced organizations not equipped with the tools and resources needed to fulfill their HR and recruitment needs to turn to technology for help. 

According to Fortune Business Insights, the global human resource technology market is projected to grow from $24.04 billion in 2021 to $35.68 billion in 2028, and companies are likely to prioritize investments in AI to optimize business processes and reduce costs.

How HR adapt to AI  tools and how they will use it is the focus of this training. 

First and foremost, AI can add immediate value to the HR and recruitment processes by predicting talent needs within a company or a specific department something we do not tend to think of when considering AI. 

Once the talent needs have been identified, AI can help source potential candidates through AI-generated custom advertisements that help target the right candidate pools from across the web. Besides adding new levels of efficiency to the search process, AI systems also do a much better job of tracking candidates, unlike traditional manual processes. 

AI can also aid in the hiring process through automated application tracking tools and resume scoring and ranking. The technology can also significantly reduce a recruiter's time in reviewing nontechnical aspects of candidates, such as communication skills, through the use of virtual reality-based dialogue systems or virtual recruiters. 

Who Will Benefit

- Human Resource Managers
- HR Leaders at all levels
- Operational managers who have HR responsibilities
- Senior level Human Resource leaders
- HR professionals
- AI enthusiasts


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