From professional networking sites and job boards to online applicant systems, technology has revolutionized recruitment, profoundly changing how employers and recruiters find potential candidates. Now what?
Technologies like Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning has already been introduced into recruitment, how much of an impact it will have? how will it change recruitment? Which new technologies will be introduced in recruitment? Do join us for #TTRT Tweetchat on 31st Jan (Wednesday) at 5 PM IST and share your views.
John Wallace, Author of Hire Power will be joining us as an expert for the tweetchat.
- To what extent will technology change the traditional recruitment methods?
- What are the major trends to watch for?
- Will advancement in recruitment tech affect human interaction?
- Virtual Reality is being considered as the next big thing, how will it impact recruiting?
- How the role of a recruiter will change, will it impact in a big way?
- Will technology help in assessing the technical ability of the candidate?
- What will you advice to a non-technical organization to cope up with this technological shift?
- As the data analytics is coming into recruitment, how should a recruiter prepare himself?
- How real is the danger of a recruiter losing his job to a machine?
10. Will technology help in getting top candidates from the bulk of CV’s instantly?
John Wallace has worked in the recruitment business for over 20 years. He started his recruitment career with an independent consultancy in Scotland, he went on to work in resourcing leadership and senior HR roles with RBS, Tesco and Barclays. Since 2015 he has consulted with a variety of businesses providing diagnosis for problems and insight for solutions.
Over the years, John has been responsible for the recruitment of tens of thousands of people, developed innovative hiring process, created award winning campaigns, driven change and delivered recruitment that delivered results for businesses. His experience has been across the globe, and working through the arc of resourcing activity.
Through this experience John has seen the damage that poor resourcing can do to a business and the huge benefits of getting it right. Yet, too often, resourcing only receives focus and investment in times of crisis. John is passionate about the need for resourcing to be though of as a critical activity in a business environment that is changing more rapidly, and dramatically than ever. He advocates a strategic approach to resourcing that is more than filling jobs. Thinking about the future, and not just short-term execution.