AI for recruiting is that the application of artificial intelligence, similar to the training or problem-solving that a computer will do for the operation of recruitment. This new technology is intended to contour or alter some a part of the recruiting advancement, particularly repetitive, high-volume tasks.
Candidate Sourcing: At a time once 50% of talent acquisition leaders struggle with attracting qualified candidates, AI will alter sourcing by scraping the net or resume databases to spot best-fit candidates for open positions.
Candidate Screening: AI can easily screen the best- fit candidates for the profile.
AI algorithm can help to screen and shortlist resume with just a click of a button. It can be seamlessly integrated with all external channels and ATS to source resume directly.
The matching engine in AI maps all the relevant profiles with the job demands - be it skills, education or expertise and recommends the simplest candidate.
AI understands the business trends and its self-learning capability customizes the algorithmic rule for every enterprise, giving it a unique capability to 'Think like an experienced recruiter'.
Large enterprises are very critical about data security. Rest assured, the AI in Hr has been designed keeping a high level of security and compliance expected by such businesses.
It can play a task in HR strategy, worker management, analysis of company policies and practices, manage payrolls, and more. It can alter the force, investigate company compliance, and judicial proceeding ways. From screening to interview programming, AI can speed up hiring processes.
To know more about the impact of AI in recruitment, OpenGrowth suggests you refer these links:
Here are the ways Human Resource’s are being transformed thanks to AI - Click here
To know how Artificial Intelligence can be applied in the HR space, Click here
Here’s a guide to AI in HR - Click here
To read about these trends with AI and HR, Click here
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