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Rewiring recruiting

Recruiting talent for a changing workforce

A changing workforce may require new ways to find talent. Tune into this episode to learn how AI, robotics, and cognitive assistance is being used to rewire the recruiting process.

Recruiting talent for a changing workforce

The best candidate for the job may not be the right candidate for the job. Outdated processes are making it difficult for recruiters to deliver the right talent. Yet some organizations continue to accept these poor results. Jason Dana, author of "The Utter Uselessness of Job Interviews," joins us to share why he believes recruiters will have to change their processes and mindsets if they want to find the right talent. He also discusses efforts by organizations to meet the needs and challenges of a changing workforce as they transform to become enterprises of the future, including technologies like AI, robotics, and cognitive assistance.

How are technologies like AI, robotics, and cognitive assistance being utilized to rewire current recruiting processes?

Recruiting talent for a changing workforce

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From jobs to superjobs

As organizations embrace and adopt robotics and AI, they’re finding that virtually every job can be redesigned—creating new categories of work, including hybrid jobs and "superjobs."

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From employee experience to human experience: Putting meaning back into work

What creates a positive, motivating experience at work? Mainly, it's the meaning and growth people find in the work itself—and to improve that, the entire organization has to be involved.

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