The latest generation of artificial intelligence tools is already changing the recruitment process dramatically, removing friction for hiring professionals and candidates alike.
According to a new survey by Indeed, 87% of human resources and talent acquisition leaders and nearly 70% of jobseekers are currently using AI systems and tools for everything from drafting job descriptions on the recruitment side to researching companies on the applicant side. The survey found that the majority of both HR/TA leaders and jobseekers were optimistic that AI tools would free them up to focus on the more 'human' sides of their work.
But this transformational technology also comes with substantial risks: the risk of bias, job replacement and general fears about machines making decisions without a human in the loop. According to the survey, roughly 70% of HR/TA leaders and jobseekers believe AI tools will benefit corporations by reducing the cost of workers – rather than creating more jobs.
To help organisations and applicants navigate this complex and seismic shift, we created 'The Indeed Global AI Survey: your guide to the future of hiring'. It includes a deep dive into the survey, conducted among more than 7,000 HR/TA leaders and jobseekers in seven countries. The survey examines how both groups are currently using AI tools, how they feel about the future of AI in the workplace, what worries them most and what businesses and regulators can do to address those concerns.
This guide also features tips on how to deploy AI systems responsibly, how to vet AI vendors, and how predictive analytics and Indeed’s own job description generator can give busy hiring and recruitment professionals their time back.
Download the report below.