Randstad US has recently released new research findings that contradict many reports that American workers fear losing their job due to automation. The 2017 Randstad Employer Brand Research found that only 14% of U.S. employees worry that automation will take their job away, and nearly one-third (30%) say they think automation will make their job […]
Human resource managers are already seeing evidence of artificial intelligence (AI) becoming a regular part of HR, as common functions become fully or partially automated. So finds a recent survey from CareerBuilder, a provider of human capital solutions.
Yesterday we heard from Edward Page, Business Development head of ThisWay Global concerning recruiting trends like recruitment platforms and employer branding. Today we’ll hear more from him on the topics of cultural fit and AI.
Recruiting has changed regularly over the last few decades. Today we’ll hear from Edward Page, Business Development head of ThisWay Global.
Workplace stress is on the rise, and American workers are actively addressing it by learning new skills, according to a Udemy report called “Workplace Confidential: The Real Story Behind Stress, Skills, and Success in America.”
After a number of very challenging years for recruiters, things are finally looking up.
A new report, released by Henley Business School and Oxford Strategic Consulting (OSC), examined global human capital challenges facing today’s leading organizations and how business leaders can deliver the differentiating strategic capabilities (DiSCs) needed to achieve outstanding strategic success.
Yesterday we listened to recruiting technology industry leaders talk about why recruiting isn’t where it needs to be. A look into the minds of the creators of this technology offers unique insights. Today we’ll hear more from the session, specifically about applicant tracking systems (ATSs).