If you’re certain that artificial intelligence is replacing the role of recruiters, well… you’re wrong. It’s definitely giving them more power to stand for their company values and fill so many other important roles.
Due to the rise of technologies, some might think that recruiters don’t have a say anymore in the recruitment and hiring process. Little did they know that their duties are now important more than ever in the AI era. How will AI impact the role of a recruiter and will it ultimately improve their daily routine?
Protecting Company Culture in the AI Era
Since AI removed many of the manual activities occupied by recruiters, the latter can take and analyze the data that the technology creates to act as a more strategic partner to the businesses. This ultimately makes them more valuable and gives them more time to
- Identify trends in the markets
- Make recommendations as to how their company can remain competitive
- Predict future obstacles, and suggest tactics that turn them into opportunities
How does data complement the work of recruiters?
It can basically allows them to spot under-performing hiring managers who are driving poor experiences and recruiting disappointing hires. In fact, the capabilities of AI can be implemented to continuously monitor candidates after they are hired to see if they are living up to expectations and proving themselves as the best possible role holders. This is where technology places an unprecedented level of control in the hands of recruiters, making them the ultimate protectors of their company values, and allowing them to reach a better quality talent acquisition. Which leads us to the next point.
Hiring Remote Employees and More Diversity
In today’s job market, companies sometimes don’t have a choice but to hire remote workers. There can be several reasons for this:
- No suitable candidates available in their area of business.
- The type position can sustain someone working from a distance
For efficiency purposes, businesses prefer to outsource, especially for short term projects or job responsibilities that don’t require physical presence in the office. Also, a diverse workforce guaranteed by artificial intelligence has a lot of noticeable benefits:
- It improves innovation and creativity
- It allows recruiters to discover a wider range of skills and experiences within its workforce
Acquiring New Talent
In the AI era, machine learning is helping recruiters hire better at a much faster pace. This means no more scrolling through piles of paper, which consequently results in more efficient and faster production levels of recruiters and lets them to turn their attention to high priority tasks. Modern talent acquisition technology powered by artificial technology has significantly reduced the time in sourcing quality talent for recruiters.
Recruiters who put time in to learning AI technology will up-skill and increase their productivity.
EMLV business school at Pôle Léonard de Vinci delivers along with ESiLV, a Bachelor degree in Technology Management that is EFMD Master accredited. Both schools benefit from a programme that is driven by transversality, an international scope, and a digital approach that covers various company needs and challenges.
The Bachelor programme kick-started in 2020 and lets students to understand the current issues raised by companies and respond to them with technical and commercial proposals via information and communication technologies (IT, electronics, telecommunications).
The new hybrid programme is not the only thing EMLV business school welcomed this new year. The new batch of international students are ready to take the Parisian scene by storm!
Learn more about the various programmes at EMLV business school.