Based on a survey of more than 700 C-suite and human capital leaders around the world, Randstad Sourceright’s 2017 Talent Trends research finds that 76% of employers believe talent analytics play a critical role in engaging talent, and almost half (48%) are investing in analytics to better manage and predict their talent needs.
As the development of machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI) and other technologies accelerate, these technologies provide HR with the ability to capture and analyze data, and deliver the business intelligence needed to drive organizational growth. Featuring insights from Jason Roberts, global head of technology and analytics for the Randstad Sourceright Talent Innovation Center, Bloomberg BNA explores this trend in “Artificial Intelligence is Streamlining HR, Adding Efficiency.”
“... HR departments should pursue technology strategies that combine expertise in statistical analysis, application programming, recruiting, and business goals ‘to bring the true potential of HR technology to life,’ while retaining the human touch in the recruitment and hiring process.”
Access the full article to understand how AI is reshaping the way that employers consider the total workforce, then check out our Talent Trends Quarterly Q3 Report to learn more about how technology is impacting the world of work.
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Jason is a leading authority on HR analytics and systems with more than 15 years of experience using big data to drive recruitment strategies for Fortune 500 companies. Using data to drive business strategy and outcomes, Jason has led Randstad Sourceright to provide clients unparalleled insights into their operations.Follow on Google Plus Follow on Twitter More Content by Jason Roberts