It’s unavoidable these days: stories about how artificial intelligence and automation are poised to transform the economy dominate the news.
While AI and automation have been slowly penetrating the recruitment industry during the past decade, they’re set to break through in 2018.
The most important recruiting innovations this year are designed to simplify your job by turning your most repetitive tasks over to algorithms that can do them automatically.
While these innovations may appear daunting to technophobes, anyone who is willing to invest the time to learn can take advantage of the latest recruiting tech to turbocharge their business in the new year. Continue reading
In 2018, hiring volume is again predicted to increase with 61% of recruiters expecting to hire more people.
According to SourceCon’s State Of Sourcing Survey, increased hiring volume coupled with stagnant recruiter headcount means the most important trend to learn and understand for recruiters are tools and technology.
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Here’s a list of the 6 best recruiting tools you should be using in 2018 summarized in an infographic.
Recruiting tool #1: AI for screening
2017 was the year of AI and automation tools and adoption will only pick up steam in 2018. Continue reading
In 2017, 66% of venture capital deals in HR tech went to talent acquisition solutions.
With hundreds of recruiting software companies out there, how do you determine which ones are worth investing in?
To highlight the best in the market, I’ve created this guide to the 29 top recruiting software tools of 2018.
Job boards and job aggregators are central to the recruiting ecosystem because direct applicants make up 48% of all hires.
Indeed, with its resume database of 100 million strong, is the biggest source of external hires by far. In 2017, it was credited with an incredible 72% of interviews and 65% of hires in the US. Continue reading