#1 AI-based recruitment
With publicly available information about people’s job histories, skills, competencies, studies and achievements scattered across the web, certain AI tools have plenty of fodder to find top recruits. They connect the dots and make sense of it. Moreover, you could also use new AI-based HR tech to create job postings that hit the mark. By analysing employee biographies, work histories, workplace tools and related materials, you’ll end up with more engaging and compelling job postings – ones that accurately reflect the position’s profile, as well as the company’s DNA.
#2 Automated selection
One of the more time-intensive tasks for recruiters is to pre-screen candidates and schedule interviews. These tasks can already be completed using existing AI tools or scheduling software, but from now on, you could add other elements to the mix. Generative AI tools can, for example, write on-point pre-screen questions. In the near future, they’ll also be able to complete live interviews or tests, and assess the responses. This speeds up the selection process and gives you more time to give personal attention to the best candidates for the job.
#3 Effective onboarding
Once hired, you can use tools like ChatGPT to proactively provide new colleagues with up-to-date information and must-know resources. Generative AI is able to analyse and synthesise months of work in a matter of seconds, and will translate it to anything from 10 key takeaways for someone’s specific role and experience level, all the way to comprehensive yet personalised starters’ guides. The result: your onboarding is based on actual work, rather than guesswork. Besides that, AI-powered chatbots can also answer questions and provide support to new hires as they assimilate into the organisation.
#4 Personalised learning and development
Generative AI can design highly tailored learning paths for your employees, based on their roles, skills, aspirations, hobbies, learning preferences, etc. Combined with role and skill data, you can intelligently match internal candidates to opportunities they might not have identified for themselves. Basically, a generative AI tool can say: this is where you are now, and based on your strengths, this is where you could be and how you’ll get there. Needless to say, this type of personalisation in the digital workplace leads to increased employee engagement and productivity.
#5 Meaningful performance reviews
Having access to a year’s worth of an employee’s work, meetings and other output, generative AI tools like ChatGPT and Bard can be a great asset in your HR tech stack. This can easily identify themes and recurring patterns, analyse employee sentiment to predict possible turnover, adjust expectations about certain roles, help to set new performance goals, and much more. This way, managers have more meaningful conversations during performance reviews and, ultimately, better empower their teams. Employees, on the other hand, can use generative AI to write comprehensive reviews based on a series of bullet points.