by Veronica Blatt
Today’s guest blogger is Gareth Christian – Lim, CEO and Founder of Recii. Gareth has over 15 years experience across web and software with a focus on Artificial Intelligence, Voice Commerce, Voice Biometrics and Blockchain. Gareth has successfully developed the architecture for two online recruitment platforms and founded Recii to combine his passion for voice technology with his expertise in online recruitment. Recii is an AI-driven candidate engagement platform that optimises how you screen new applicants and reengage an inactive talent pool.
We all know the world of artificial intelligence is evolving but, what does it actually mean to our lives and our businesses?
We’ve become familiar with a narrative around AI threatening jobs, how super intelligence could be a potential danger to humanity and ultimately, how the world of AI is a long way off for the majority… Read the rest of this entry »
by Dave Nerz
Recruiters beware! The robots are coming!
Actually, the robots are already here and their impact will grow in the decade ahead. Surveys show that companies are using AI and AI-powered recruitment tools to assist with recruitment and hiring decisions today. About 25% of those surveyed by The Littler Annual Employer Survey in May of 2019 were using AI to screen resumes and applications. While larger numbers are not yet using AI, (63%), the trend is pointed toward more use in the decade ahead. Read the rest of this entry »
by Veronica Blatt
Today’s guest blogger is John Francis, email@example.com, president and senior managing partner of Theonera, Inc. in Waterloo, Ontario (Canada). Theonera is a boutique recruitment firm specializing in engineering and software professionals and sought-after senior managers. Theonera has been a member of NPAworldwide since 2011.
Here is a major problem for any company today: A company’s success or failure rests on the people that they employ. But securing and cultivating employees that add real value to your business is no easy task. In today’s job market you have low unemployment numbers and potential employees who are extremely discerning. Read the rest of this entry »