The HR department of an organization is the binding force that ties in all the verticals and bears the responsibility of monitoring various facets of an employee. Whether it is a holiday list or a monthly remuneration cycle, computation of attendance or requests for leave, exceptional performances or a review of the quarter, it is upon the HR team to track and disseminate data on demand.
Over the last few years, AI has brought about significant change to multiple industries and HR is not far behind. The advancements in AI HR solutions has enabled organizations to increase productivity and boost employee engagement.
The problems recruiters face are threefold: resumes keep piling up, there are interviews to be conducted, and there’s always a constant pressure to outperform the competition.
How many times have you taken a course on a subject you needed to be proficient in only to forget most of what you learned by the time you had to apply the newly attained knowledge and skill?
With market valuations of digital network business leaders such as Amazon, Facebook, Google, Netflix and Airbnb dwarfing those of comparable physical-asset-laden Fortune 500 rivals, today’s greater value has proven to be in the network.
2017 is upon us. After we’ve recovered from any holiday stupor it’ll be time to return our focus to future business. But the ghosts of years passed threaten to haunt us. What can we do better in 2017?
In Aberdeen’s recent study, Lumesse addressed how organizations can make better, more informed hiring decisions by empowering workforce developers (or hiring managers), recruitment marketers (or recruiters), and brand ambassadors (or employees) to collaborate, communicate, and handle their own responsibilities.
Recruitment marketing is a popular topic in the talent acquisition world, and for good reason. With the exponential rise of social media across demographics it is becoming apparent that in order to attract top talent, recruiters should take a page from the marketer’s handbook. The argument for building a strong online presence is threefold: