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Three Major Trends Transforming the Recruitment Process

By HR Tech Outlook | Wednesday, January 13, 2021

Based on various criteria, such as venue, past experience, education, and relationship networks, multiple technology players on the market already allow recruiters to recognize the best matches for a job with the help of predictive analytics and recommender systems.

FREMONT, CA: In recent years, the recruitment industry has experienced several significant shifts. New technology and advanced recruiting strategies have undeniably played a role, and as we enter the new decade, this disruption shows no signs of slowing down. Here are three major trends in the recruitment process:

Natural Language Processing

At every step of the way, the power of natural language processing (NLP) instruments is set to make a key change. One of the most time-consuming tasks recruiters face is always manually reviewing applications, but with NLP, the best candidates can be easily found. NLP can also be used to communicate with prospective candidates and provide customized contact with the latest chatbot technology. To better evaluate and study applicant interviews, NLP, and voice recognition are being merged.

Acqui-hires

As recruiters continually invest more time and money in seeking the right candidates, the market for talent acquisition increases. Therefore, recruiters are looking at multiple ways to proactively and efficiently build up talent pools. One of these approaches is buying up firms for their human resources. The progress of all acquirers is crucial in dedicating a multidisciplinary team to foster cultural integration.

Predictive analytics

Based on various criteria, such as venue, past experience, education, and relationship networks, multiple technology players on the market already allow recruiters to recognize the best matches for a job. This has taken a step further with predictive analytics and recommender systems that would enable recruiters with greater insight. These systems will create selective lists of applicants that are ideal for the job on offer and even reveal applicants who are not actively pursuing new opportunities.

Smart systems can also notify when a current employee is getting ready to leave a current job and make the employee selection process quicker or triggering a latent talent pool. Smart recruiters can use these experiences to make the most suitable interventions and talent decisions.

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