Tag: Generative AI

Faces of HR: The Pilot Leading HR to New Horizons—Cliff Jurkiewicz

Cliff Jurkiewicz is a self-described “technologist, musician, and pilot,” and his diverse experiences have blended to create a unique perspective in the world of Human Resources (HR). While his 30-year journey began in design and technology, culminating in leadership roles at a digital advertising agency and a successful software firm, Jurkiewicz’s true passion lies in […]

Airline AI Use Case

As artificial intelligence (AI) continues to advance, companies are discovering innovative ways to integrate it into their operations. The airline industry is no exception, with EasyJet standing out as a prime example of how AI can enhance efficiency and customer experience. EasyJet’s AI-Powered Control Center EasyJet recently opened a new control center near Luton Airport […]

Are You Protecting Your Organization in the Age of Generative AI?

Whether to integrate generative artificial intelligence (GAI) into an organization has been top of mind in many corporate boardrooms. In today’s rapidly evolving business landscape, GAI technology adoption holds immense promise for driving innovation, enhancing productivity, and gaining a competitive edge. However, along with GAI’s opportunities, it also brings myriad risks and uncertainties. From data […]

AI in the Workplace: Crafting Policies for Employees’ Use of Generative AI

Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming increasingly prevalent in workplaces, providing new opportunities and new challenges for employers and employees. While AI has the potential to improve efficiency and productivity, its use also raises important questions around issues like privacy, discrimination, and job displacement. Employers that choose to implement AI should consider including a provision in […]

Preparing for an AI Future: 3 Vital Steps to Implementing AI into Your Workplace 

AI has become an undisputed corporate priority across industries, with many business and HR leaders viewing the technology as a critical component of their success in the future of work. According to Gartner, a staggering 76% of HR leaders believe that failing to adopt AI solutions within the next few years could leave their companies […]

Is GenAI Knowledge More Valuable than a College Degree?

In an evolving job market where the demand for technological expertise is skyrocketing, traditional four-year college degrees are being reassessed against real-world, tech-based skills. A recent survey by Intelligent.com highlights a significant shift in employer preferences, emphasizing the growing importance of experience with technologies like ChatGPT over conventional academic qualifications. The survey, which gathered insights […]

How to Leverage AI in your Next Executive Job Search

Artificial intelligence (AI) is capturing the headlines right now, thanks to new consumer-friendly tools like ChatGPT, Gemini, and other interfaces. There’s great potential in these new tools for both those seeking employment and those doing the hiring. For executives, leveraging AI is all about balance. It can definitely play a role in your job search […]

CEOs Targeting Generative AI to Reduce Workforce in 2024

As workforce challenges continue to confound healthcare organizations, nearly one in five CEOs anticipate utilizing generative AI this year to cut down on staff, according to a survey by PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). However, PwC’s annual global survey, which interviewed 4,702 CEOs across the world, found that healthcare leaders are less likely to turn to generative AI than […]

Faces of HR: Kimberly Jones on Priorities, Pushing the Envelope and PwC’s People

For this week’s edition of Faces of HR, we give flowers to Kimberly Jones, Talent Strategy and People Experience Leader at PwC US. Jones began her career three decades ago as an auditor at PwC – at the time it was Price Waterhouse – after graduating from the University of Oklahoma with a master’s degree […]

The Modern Hiring Landscape: Spotting Red Flags and Harnessing AI

Even though many reports suggest that the U.S. labor market has cooled, employers are often still struggling to find top quality talent. In many industries, while there may be a large number of job applicants, few meet all of the hard- and soft-skill requirements necessary for the position. While running short-staffed for months or longer […]