Talent Acquisition: Smart Technology, Efficient Processes, Enabled People
AI is poised to give early adaptors a critical advantage in competing for talent, speeding the sourcing, screening, and matching process, as well as solving some of the most long-standing issues of candidate engagement.
Workforce Planning and Strategy: The Power of Knowing
Learn how artificial intelligence will help HR professionals by transforming vast data into actionable knowledge, benefiting workforce planning and helping to define job requirements.
AI’s Impact on HR: Transforming the Dynamics of Business and Talent Management
Artificial intelligence is poised to be the next step in the evolution of talent strategy and technology, including changing HR and talent management processes. Will you be ready to reap the benefits?
AI’s Impact on Jobs: Reading the Indecipherable Tea Leaves
AI is replacing jobs, changing traditional roles, applying pressure on knowledge workers, creating new fields of work, and raising the demand for certain skills.
Population Demographics Will Shape APAC Talent Strategies
As demand for skilled workers continues to grow, improved training and access to workers across boundaries will become more than just a smart policy idea for APAC businesses and governments; it will be an economic necessity.
“That’s Not Real AI” and Other True But Misleading Observations
A leading force in driving innovation dispels three common opinions about AI that the talent industry should consider beyond face value.
New Allegis Group Study Reveals Impact of AI on Jobs, Talent, and HR
AI is making a strategic approach to human capital more important than ever, and there are plenty of predicted benefits to come. Click here to read on!
The U.K.: Businesses Struggle with a Mature, Competitive Talent Landscape
The challenge for any company doing business or securing talent in the U.K. will be to look beyond the transactional aspects of staffing or recruiting to put talent best practices into place.
Correcting the Talent Supply and Demand Equation in the United States
Business leadership, talent, and procurement decision makers need to take note: the way companies define and value workers is changing rapidly, and talent planners must stay ahead of the curve.
Hiring Pressures Continue to Mount Amid Rising Demands on a Shrinking Talent Supply
Expanding the external talent supply, optimizing internal talent, and looking beyond transactional results are keys to successful talent management.