New Human Resources Artificial Intelligence Report Available #HRTechConf
Jessica Miller-Merrell | HR| By
I’m excited to announce a new human resources artificial intelligence report is available. Our 2019 Human Resources Artificial Intelligence Survey is now live and available for download by completing the form below. I felt so strongly about doing this research after encountering so much confusion and misunderstanding on the subject of artificial intelligence for HR.
Some Highlights of the Human Resources Artificial Intelligence Survey
According to the results of the 2019 Human Resources Artificial Intelligence Survey from Workology (sponsored by MeBeBot and ThisWay Global), our research indicates that over 80% of participants identified specific HR processes where artificial intelligence (AI) dramatically improves efficiencies, yet over 30% have not budgeted for AI and over 40% believe AI implementations take over 6 months. In a zero unemployment market, talent acquisition and retention is extremely competitive and diversity is expected, as employees require more modern collaboration and communication tools and visibility to career paths and development.
Join Our AI HR Conversation at the 2019 HR Technology Conference
The results are scheduled to be released before the HR Technology Conference and will be discussed at an expert panel with Chris Havrilla, VP of Consulting with Deloitte; Jeanne Meister, Forbes Columnist and Partner at Future Workplace; Beth White, CEO of MeBeBot; and Angela Hood CEO of ThisWay Global, with Workology founder, Jessica Miller-Merrell moderating on October 2, 2019 at 2:00 PM PST at the Ai4JOBS Booth 1953.
Key Findings From the AI HR Report for Practitioners and Technology Vendors
The report results also include key findings for both HR practitioners and technology vendors such as:
- – 34% of respondents shared that AI was not yet on their technology roadmap
- – The top four focuses for AI use in HR are: recruitment, sourcing, onboarding, and employee retention
- – Artificial intelligence is overwhelming expected to improve efficiencies in both human resources and recruitment functions.
Complete the form below to get complimentary access to our report. If you are attending HR Tech, I’m looking forward to talking more about Workology’s latest artificial intelligence in human resources findings.