Keeping the Human Touch with AI and Technology Enabled Recruitment – Deep Dive
High Volume Hiring requires process streamlining and technology automation in order to scale and maximise efficiencies. As business models move towards entirely virtual recruitment processes, what challenges will result? Can you avoid losing the “human” in Human Resources Technology?
Join recruitment industry leaders as they delve into the world of modern recruitment and ensure you can harness technology to find and aquire talent from across the world. You can set a new direction, define new strategies, and effectively manage today’s talent-centric workplace. Attendees will learn how understanding and evaluating social/behavioural, cultural, economic, and risk factors will allow them to build effective and creative processes within the context of their organisations.
How to Be a Ferociously Awesome HR Pro
CEOs want HR leaders to develop, support and contribute to the goals and objectives of their organisations. Simultaneously, HR professionals have people and technology needs and dreams of our own. Yet, quite often, the day-to- day realities of what we, and our employees, struggle with on a regular basis don’t quite match up with the hype. We regularly hear about innovative HR practices and ground-breaking technology from the bubble; a bubble that seems to encase San Francisco, NYC, Sydney, London, Austin or whatever other city is “hot” from a tech or employment standpoint.
But HR leaders, no matter the industry or location, can be focused, innovative and awesome as we deal with the transformation of the workplace, the rise of employees-as-consumers, and our own – let’s face it – dismal track record. With tips on how to adopt specific behaviors and actions we’ll also clarify why HR exists, articulate what HR does, and focus on how HR delivers value to the organisation.
Robin has implemented HR strategies at the Louisiana Lottery Corporation that assisted in increasing annual revenue from $2.5M per employee to $3.2M per employee over a six year period. She’s been in the trenches; she’s bussed tables and cleaned toilets, as the HR leader, when it was “all hands on deck.” She’s also been responsible for quarterly presentations of HR tech programs and initiatives to the C-suite and the Board of Directors. She will show you how to be a ferociously awesome HR pro.