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Phenom Study: Recruitment Chatbots Double Candidate Leads

PHILADELPHIA, March 04, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Phenom, the global leader in Talent Experience Management (TXM), today released its report, Chatbots for Recruiting: 2020 Benchmarks, which analyzes more than 20 million chatbot interactions from over 100 Phenom Bot deployments. The report showcases how career sites with chatbots convert more applicants and nearly double the number of candidate leads. According to the report, chatbots play a significant…

Employers Can Better Leverage Candidate Screening Tools – According to New Study by the HR Research Institute

This post was originally published on this site The vast majority of employers (93%) have pre-hire processes and tools in place, but fewer than half view their tools as good (40%) or excellent (5%). One of the primary challenges in regard to pre-hire technologies is integration, with just 16% saying the components of their pre-hire tools are well-integrated. The free research report, The State…

It’s Essential for Organizations to Make Pay Equity a Priority – According to New Study by the HR Research Institute

This post was originally published on this site Despite the fact that pay inequities remain a serious challenge to employers worldwide, most organizations are still not making it a top priority.  Only a very small proportion (6%) of human resources (HR) professionals say pay equity is a top priority at their workplace. Further, just a quarter of surveyed employers say it’s among their top…

Latin America HR Tech Study Released

BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA — More than a thousand HR professionals from companies of all sizes, present mainly in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico, Peru, and Uruguay, answered an online survey of 19 questions in Q3 2019 about HR Tech trends. Among its key findings, the 5th HR Tech Study revealed a radical change in HR’s strategic vision. Almost 60% of respondents said the main objective of…

Employee Financial Wellness Support is Insufficient – According to New Study by HR.com

This post was originally published on this site Over half of HR professionals believe that financial security is one of the primary struggles faced by employees, yet few organizations have implemented financial wellness programs.  Further investigation points to the concern that most employees struggle with a range of issues at home and work, including financial insecurity. The most significant struggle for employees is achieving…

Artificial Intelligence in HR Is Set to Disrupt Talent Management – According to New Study by HR.com

This post was originally published on this site Very few human resources (HR) professionals (11%) say their organizations use artificial intelligence (AI) to a high or very high degree.  Fast change is on the horizon for HR, however, as a third (33%) anticipate high or very high use of AI in two years. Results from the research study, The State of Artificial Intelligence, Disruption…

Applicant Tracking Systems Are Widespread But Many Still Have Their Weaknesses – According to New Study by HR.com

This post was originally published on this site Most human resource (HR) professionals (77%) say their organizations use an Applicant Tracking System (ATS), but only about half (52%) say that their hiring process is good or excellent. It’s clear that the systems are not a recruitment panacea, but their weaknesses can be addressed. The free research report, The State of Applicant Tracking Systems, and…

The Gig Economy is Impacting HR Practices – according to New Study by HR Research Institute and Sterling

This post was originally published on this site Nearly two-thirds of HR professionals indicate the gig economy is impacting hiring and staffing practices. A majority (64%) are experiencing some sort of change because of gig economy trends. The research study reveals that companies are impacted in a variety of ways, including requiring careful screening to minimize risk when it comes to recruiting and managing…

Improved Training for Mental Health Initiatives is Essential – According to New Study by HR.com’s Research Institute

This post was originally published on this site Most organizations offer mental health benefits, but few address mental health issues well or have educated their managers sufficiently. Most organizations (73%) offer mental health benefits, but the reality is that few excel at addressing mental health issues or taking preventative measures to reduce workplace stress.  A large majority (82%) of human resources (HR) professionals agree,…

HR has a Critical Role to Play for Successful Workforce Transformation – According to New Study by HR.com

This post was originally published on this site Only 25% of human resources (HR) professionals reveal their HR department plays a key role in workforce transformation. This statistic is troubling considering new research showing that HR’s involvement is among the five keys to successful workforce change. HR.com’s Research Institute conducted the global study,  People Power: A Catalyst for Transformation Global Workforce Transformation Trends Study…

Fortune 500 Study Reveals Significant Lack of Personalization and AI Technology in Candidate Experiences

This post was originally published on this site PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 21, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Phenom People, the global leader in Talent Experience Management (TXM), today announced the release of its fourth annual digital candidate experience report, The State of Candidate Experience: 2020 Benchmarks. The data analyzes and ranks the Fortune 500 based on how they attract, engage and convert job seekers. With the national unemployment…

Why HR Needs to Study Psychology – United Idiocracy

For about 134 years I’ve been suggesting that to be good at HR you should be good at humans. Operations managers and factory foremen needed to know about the machines they were charged with maintaining and running at peak efficiency and HR should be judged similarly. If you are in HR, you are responsible for making sure the machines of production in today’s “brain-based”…

CASE STUDY: Culture Bull? Job Postings Show You Have One

Whether you agree or not with the title of “culture”, most agree with what I will call the “concept” of work culture.  Culture is simply “the way we do things around here”.  One of the most impactful ways to share your culture, whether intentionally or not, is through a job posting. Here is a great case study on this concept! I was formerly on…