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The growth of AI, automation and analytics has been hanging over the recruitment industry for a few years now – and they’ve certainly been integral to changing how we look at sourcing talent and viewing our workforce.
Companies like QJumpers are intent on helping businesses understand how building and maintaining a recruitment strategy is now more of a science than it was in past decades – but that doesn’t mean that there isn’t a very human art to ensuring that it is a success.
Absolutely, the data and the algorithms and technological tools we’ve developed to understand and utilise that information have made processes more efficient and provided insights into running a business like never before. But – especially in a world where talent can be hard to come by and, once found, difficult to attract – the human touch is still very much important.
So what are the key elements of both humans and technology required for a successful recruitment strategy?
Technology is already revolutionising what we do in recruitment and HR, but our workforce is currently demanding that companies are more human in how they treat them and more flexible in how they deal to individual employees. The skill in balancing these two challenges is in seeing technology as a tool rather than a replacement for humans – and successful businesses will be the ones who adopt what’s on offer and then adapt to become more efficient and effective.
QJumpers is leading the way at finding innovative technological and time-saving ways to improve recruitment. To learn more about how we work and how our software can help your company, contact us on 0800 758673, firstname.lastname@example.org or via our website.
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