Today, 47% of US-based companies use AI for recruitment and lead all countries in the survey. The American acceptance of AI for recruitment has increased enormously last year, from 22% in 2018 to 47% this year based on last year's Harris Interactive Talent Intelligence and Management Report.
- 73% of US CEOs & # 39; s and CHRO & # 39; s plan to use more AI over the next three years to improve talent management
- The American acceptance of AI for recruitment has increased enormously last year, from 22% in 2018 to 47% this year
- US-based companies lead the way in using AI to automate repetitive tasks (44%) and employee retention (42%)
These and many other fascinating insights come from a recent study that Harris Interactive has completed in collaboration with Eightfold entitled Talent Intelligence And Management Report 2019-2020, which provides insight into how CHRO's AI assume today and in the future. You can download a copy here.
A total of 1,350 CEOs & # 39; s and CHRO & # 39; s from the US, France, Germany and the UK responded to the survey. One of the most remarkable findings is how US-based CEOs and CHROs lead the world in prioritizing and taking action to improve their teams and their own AI skills.
The more expertise they and their teams have with AI, the more effective they will achieve operational improvements while taming the bias beast. The following figure shows how the four countries surveyed vary due to the perception of their CEOs and CHROs about new technologies that have had a positive impact, their plans to use AI in three years and the concerns of employees about AI:
Predicting the future of AI in talent management
Four leading experts who actively advise clients, implement AI and use it to solve talent management challenges shared their predictions about how AI will improve talent management in 2020. The panel consists of Kelly O. Kay, Partner, Heidrick & Struggles, Jared Lucas, Chief People Officer at MobileIron, Mandy Sebel, Senior Vice President, People at UiPath and David Windley CEO, IQTalent Partners.
Kay, who leads software practice for Heidrick & Struggles, a leading agency for executive search and consulting: “As we all know, the talent crisis of 2019 is real and the application of AI to this day is the most impactful approach I have seen and the results they produce, eliminate unconscious bias, increase transparency and improve matching of supply and demand of talent. " Here are their predictions about how AI will improve the following areas of talent management in 2020:
- "With regard to talent recruitment and acquisition – since the acceptance of intelligent automation and AI tools makes it easier for managers and recruiters to be found and overlooked talent pools," said Mandy Sebel, Senior Vice President, People at UiPath
- "I predict that AI will become a requirement for candidates screening companies because of the ubiquitous need to find higher quality candidates at a faster pace," said Jared Lucas, Chief People Officer at MobileIron
- “I believe that the use of AI in the talent acquisition space will reach a critical mass in 2020. We are still in the early adoption phase, but the use of AI to link potential candidates to job profiles is catching on. In particular the use of AI for the rediscovery of candidates in ATS systems of larger companies. Companies like Eightfold, Hiretual and Atipica are at the forefront, ” said David Windley CEO, IQTalent Partners
- "Fear of job replacement will also disappear and more focus on job / role evolution because teams experience first-hand how respective job abolition allows them to do more meaningful work," said Mandy Sebel, Senior Vice President, People at UiPath
- AI will provide the insights that CHRO & # 39; s need to retain and grow their best talent, according to Jared Lucas, Chief People Officer at MobileIron. "I predict that AI will ensure better internal mobility and internal identification of candidates because companies are better able to mine their internal talent to fulfill crucial roles," he said
- The use of AI platforms has become credible for the recruitment of executive and senior management, and their use will continue to expand in 2020. "Private Equity is starting to commercialize how AI can help select managers for roles based on competencies and experiences, which is exciting!" said Kelly O. Kay, partner, Heidrick & Struggles
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