HRDive: employers struggle to keep up with technology trends

October 10, 2017

According to Randstad Sourceright’s 2017 Talent Trends survey findings, while a growing number of employers recognize the value that workplace technology provides, many also report concerns that the digital revolution is happening too fast. Sharing insights from our latest research, HRDive explores this trend, citing that employers are confident in technology’s ability to improve recruiting outcomes, as well as their struggle to keep up with its ever-evolving nature.

Read about how these perceptions vary across five different sectors, and why companies need to consider the integral role that humans will play in HR processes as artificial intelligence (AI) and automation developments accelerate.

“HR leaders have largely accepted automation and AI as integral parts of a 21st century workplace, and many plan to adopt these technologies in some form in the future. But the future is now; HR pros have a wealth of information about transformative technologies at their disposal.”

Read more in HRDive, then check out our Talent Trends Quarterly Q3 2017 Report to access the full research.

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