Artificial intelligence’s (AI's) overall impact on how corporations evolve also means changes for how human resource departments operate. So reports Bloomberg BNA.
Slightly more than three-quarters of 400 global human capital leaders noted in a survey that technology analytics are critical for how they find/evaluate talent. Meanwhile 48% are investing in analytics dashboards to help them better oversee and gauge their talent needs. The survey results came from research by staffing firm Randstad Sourceright.
“These tools are providing HR with the ability to capture workforce data, and are critical to building the business intelligence and insights needed to drive overall business growth,” says Jason Roberts, global head of technology and analytics for Randstad Sourceright.
The greater reliance on AI has led to companies making their HR processes more efficient and to put in place a so-called “total workforce solution,” Roberts said. This allows HR to factor in full-time and temporary employees and freelancers, contractors and robotics to better gauge their workforce needs.