Recruiters aren’t the only ones benefiting from in influx of AI and automation technologies helping business run better. Because AI is making workflows more streamlined for recruiters, candidates will also start to reap the benefits of recruiting automation.
From better email outreach to the reduction of unconscious bias, AI is changing the candidate experience for the better.
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Chris Collins writes in Employee Benefits News, “In the world of recruitment, it’s a challenge for employers to communicate well with all their candidates. Especially for high volume recruiting, where this would require communicating with thousands of candidates, in addition to a recruiter’s normal screening functions and other duties. Using artificial intelligence, like chatbots for example, can take away the strain of managing and communicating with a large number of applicants.”
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Marisa Sanfilippo writes in Business Daily News, “One way many companies are hoping to use AI is in creating greater hiring diversity that is free from bias. A recent Deloitte survey found that more than 30 percent of respondents were already utilizing some form of AI in their recruitment and hiring process.”
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The hiring tables have turned. We are now in the era of jobs finding people rather than people finding jobs. With unemployment at a 17 year low, top candidates find themselves bombarded with emails, calls and direct messages all offering them new opportunities. When passive candidates have so much opportunity when it comes to their next job, recruiters are put in a position to entice candidates to their open roles and away from the next shiny thing to enter their inbox.
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AI serves to assist with many of the administrative tasks through automation, to allow the hiring manager, recruiters, and human resources professionals to focus on their work. While many businesses aim to have more automated processes in place, this area, in particular, will always require a human touch.
The impact of recruiting automation won’t be isolated to recruiters. These positive changes will not only be felt by entire business, but also by the candidates’ lives they touch.