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Human-Centred Artificial Intelligence for Human Resources: A Toolkit for Human Resources Professionals

December 27, 2021

Recent years have witnessed a rapid expansion of tools that leverage AI to take on human resources tasks such as hiring, training, and employee engagement, and yet also a growing concern about the ethical and organizational risks of such tools. 

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AI in HR

whitePaper | December 31, 2019

Human resources presents a wide variety of artificial intelligence use cases. Some fall into the most traditional view of AI in which technology takes over functions traditionally reserved for people. In other cases, however, AI’s role is not to replace humans, but to maximize their impact. The use of AI in human resources is already widespread, and for good reason - hiring directly impacts business goals, and using AI to forward those goals is an obvious win.

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AI vs. Humans in Talent Acquisition: Who Wins?

whitePaper | January 17, 2022

That future certainly hasn’t materialized yet, and won’t anytime soon. Even so, artificial intelligence (AI) is far more than just a passing trend, although it is currently largely misunderstood in the recruiting world.

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American Workers’ Reasons for Switching Jobs

whitePaper | April 15, 2022

The 2022 Career Optimism Index was created to determine the impact of another challenging year on Americans' career perceptions and to gauge their level of optimism in their own careers. The Index was expanded to explore new topics related to job and career shifting and needs for reskilling and upskilling (Edelman, 2022). The Index provides a current snapshot of career optimism in the United States and the 20 largest metropolitan areas; the 20-minute online survey was distributed to the following: 5,000 United States (U.S.) nationally representative adults, age 18+ who either currently work or wish to be working. 500 U.S. employers who are influencers or play a critical role in hiring and workplace decisions within a range of departments, company sizes, and industries.

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HOW THE GOVERNANCE OF HUMAN CAPITAL AND TALENT IS SHIFTING

whitePaper | February 16, 2020

The focus on human capital and talent in corporate governance is intensifying, as more stakeholders led by large institutional investors seek to understand how companies are integrating human capital considerations into the overarching strategy to create long-term value. After all, a company’s intangible assets, which include human capital and culture, are now estimated to comprise a significant portion of a company’s market value. At the same time, there is an ongoing cultural shift brought about by new generations of workers, digitization, automation and other megatrends related to the future of work. In this new era, it is critical for management teams and boards to keep pace with this transformation and consider redefining long-term value and corporate purpose. Creating value for multiple stakeholders, including employees, will ultimately help build and sustain shareholder value over the long term.

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Learning How To Thrive During Uncertain Times

whitePaper | June 7, 2022

Employers are looking for ways to focus on productivity during times of uncertainty. They cannot successfully maximize the potential of their business without tending to the emotional needs of their talent. They are learning lessons as they confront the many challenges associated with the COVID-19 pandemic. Most importantly, they are hungry to understand how to help employees cope, feel some sense of security, and embrace change.

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Do You Need a Head of Remote?

whitePaper | July 9, 2022

For organizations with flexible work models from the hybrid to the fully distributed the head of remote role is growing in popularity. The people in this role are responsible for managing the virtual employee experience and implementing best practices for remote work throughout their organizations. Not all companies need a head of remote, but all companies do need someone to advocate for the wellbeing of their remote workforces.

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