Recruiting & HR
Conversational recruiting may be a new term in talent acquisition but the core concept has been around since the dawn of man and woman. Humans have always had a desire to form relationships with other humans. And these relationships are welded together through the flow of information between two people. We call this communication.(read more)
You already know what a chatbot is—well, maybe.
Let me guess. You think it’s that annoying bubble that pops up in the corner of a website you just loaded, asking if you have any questions about the services you haven’t had a chance to read about yet? Like the salesperson who leaps in front of your face before the front door of the store has even closed behind you.(read more)
Big data is not only here to stay, but it’s primed to get even bigger in the coming years. And a big reason for the growth in big data is our ever increasing ability to make sense of that data. Because without our ability to draw insights from the data, the data becomes nothing more than zeroes and ones on a computer screen.(read more)
Since the dawn of business, companies have been trying to figure out how to make buyers choose their products. Now, marketers break their backs creating fictitious buyer’s journeys and user experience maps in an effort to sniff out the moments when they can turn a lead into a customer.(read more)
Some recruiters view the growing presence of AI in talent acquisition as a threat. There is a belief that AI-powered tools will steal jobs and eventually take over (the world), leaving the recruiter all but extinct. However, I’m here to argue that AI-powered recruiting tools will actually help recruiters by liberating them from the menial in favor of the relationship-building, problem-solving and people assessment skills they were likely hired for. And this is great news for candidates, too, as we will soon see. But first, let’s take a look at how AI-powered tools fit in to the recruiting process so that we can better understand which tasks AI is replacing.(read more)