The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Digital Recruitment

By Emily Pribanic - Last Updated on April 14, 2018
role of artificial intelligence in digital recruitment

Use AI to your advantage in your recruitment efforts.

Artificial intelligence is offering several substantial benefits to hiring managers and candidates alike.

When it comes to companies looking for the most talented employees to add to their team, artificial intelligence can play a major role. Not only can AI help companies find the best employees to join their business, thanks to AI, the types of professionals’ companies are looking for is also changing.

Role of Artificial Intelligence in Digital Recruitment

AI is changing the way hiring managers approach recruitment. With the help of AI in recruitment processes, this technology can mine big data and make quick, intelligent decisions. The ability of AI to do this has automated repetitive hiring processes for hiring managers. With the help of AI, hiring managers do not need to spend all day sifting through hundreds of resumes. AI can automate this process and has allowed hiring managers to only focus on the top candidates that would be the best fit to fill the position.

AI has not only changed the way hiring managers approach recruitment, but the way employees apply for jobs has also changed. First, there were job boards to help job seekers get hired. Now, though, job sites are becoming less popular as social media becomes the new way for job seekers to interact with hiring managers. Facebook, LinkedIn, and GitHub are becoming increasingly popular for talent managers to crowdsource employees.

Artificial intelligence in human resource management allows hiring managers to personalize job searches. With recruitment chatbots, companies can provide candidates with a personalized experience, being able to offer a conversational response to any job applications they submit. AI is also improving a candidate’s experience when applying to a company by managing their expectations about how long they will wait before they receive a response to their application.

AI is not only changing the way companies conduct their hiring processes, it is also changing the jobs people are beginning to acquire. One major new role many companies will be looking to fill, thanks to AI, is the role of a developer who understands artificial intelligence. AI offers many business opportunities and these developers will need to understand this, as well as, the technical aspects of artificial intelligence. Before long, any developer that can enhance a company and optimize their business process will be in high demand.

Another way AI is changing the jobs of the economy are companies like Airbnb and Uber. These gig economy companies allow their workers to be micro-entrepreneurs and are modifying the way the workforce looks at ways to earn money.

AI Recruitment Tools

There is an abundance of AI software on the market to help companies improve their hiring efforts. Whether your company is looking for a software that will help source and screen candidates or one that will provide customer relationship management, there is guaranteed to be a software out there to improve your recruitment processes. Some of the top recruitment software on the market include:

  • Beamery
  • HiredScope
  • mRoads
  • Textio
  • Randrr

Artificial intelligence is improving the way companies seek and hire qualified candidates. AI is not only improving the processes hiring managers conduct to gain the best employees, it’s also improving the activities taken by the company to retain those employees. The key in using AI to benefit your hiring efforts is to work with artificial intelligence, not against it.

Emily Pribanic

Emily Pribanic | Emily is a graduate of the University of North Texas. She has her B.A. in Advertising with a concentration in Copywriting. Emily has been writing since she was young and has a creative imagination. She lives in Dallas, Texas with her family and two cats.

Emily Pribanic

Emily Pribanic | Emily is a graduate of the University of North Texas. She has her B.A. in Advertising with a concentration in Copywriting. Emily has been writing s...

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