Reuters: HR can make or break CEOs’ tech ambitions.

January 22, 2020

Artificial intelligence, machine learning and automation are no longer in the future. They are here now and causing some unexpected challenges.

The prevailing logic has been that AI and robots would take jobs away from people. More than 80% of leaders surveyed by Randstad Sourceright, however, expect these advancements to create new employment opportunities instead. This is particularly true for tech talent who are already in high demand.

Ambitious companies that want to hire the best and brightest need to examine what their human resources teams are doing to attract top talent — whether that means appealing to millennials’ sense of social responsibility or offering tangible benefits such as unlimited vacation, parental leave and student loan repayment plans.

Read the complete article in Reuters to learn why the onus is on HR to create memorable and desirable talent experiences to secure and retain great people. You can also get your exclusive copy of the 2020 Talent Trends Report, "unlock human potential in a perfect storm of technology," for practical tips on optimizing your talent strategy to attract and engage top talent.

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