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Unleashing AI's Potential in HR: A glimpse of the future

The world around us is changing rapidly. Technology is advancing at an extra ordinary pace. AI is here to stay with us. Today, AI is making big changes in the HR too, bringing a lot of changes in the different verticals of HR.

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How is AI changing the work of an HR


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  • Artificial intelligence for recruitment is the next generation of software intended to improve and automate talent acquisition.

  • With the help of AI we can automate Sourcing, Screening and assessing.

  • AI saves time by shortlisting the CV’s.

  • AI powered chatbots can do the initial screening.

  • AI conducts skills assessments through tests evaluating candidates' abilities and suitability for the role.

  • Some of the popular AI tools used today are Hiretual, Skillate, sumHR, Talentify, Verse and Maya

Employee Onboarding

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  • Employee Onboarding is an important and challenging task for HR departments.

  • AI-powered chatbots can assist new employees with frequently asked questions and provide them with the necessary information to get started.

  • Chatbots can also guide employees through the onboarding process, including paperwork, training, and provide guidance on company policies and culture.

  • Some of the popular AI tools used today are Leena AI, Thrive, BambooHR, Rippling and Zenefis.

Performance Management

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  • HR can provide insights into employee performance by analyzing data such as attendance records, productivity, and project completion rates.

  • By using AI-powered tools, HR professionals can identify trends and patterns to help them make data-driven decisions about promotions, compensation and training needs.

  • Some of the popular AI tools used today are sumHR, Peoplehum, Lattice, Knack and Workday.

Employee Engagement

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  • AI-powered tools can help HR departments measure employee engagement. For example, chatbots can ask employees how they’re feeling and provide sentiment analysis of their responses. This data can help HR professionals identify areas where employee engagement is low and take steps to improve it.

  • Some of the popular AI tools used today are Wiser, Oatnut, Hubble and Engagedly.

Diversity and Inclusion

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  • AI can help HR departments improve diversity and inclusion in their organizations. For example, AI-powered tools can help eliminate biases in job postings and resume screening by removing identifying information such as names and addresses.

  • AI can also analyze employee data to identify patterns of bias and discrimination.

  • Popular AI tool used here is Blindspot.

At Omni Bridge, we believe that technology can be used to improve the way we work. That's why we use sumHR, an AI-powered HRMS software platform. sumHR helps us automate and streamline our HR processes, such as payroll, attendance & leave management, and employee self-service. This frees up our HR team to focus on more strategic initiatives, such as talent acquisition and development.

Thus from recruiting and hiring to employee engagement and compliance, AI can help HR professionals make data-driven decisions and streamline processes, ultimately contributing to the success of their organizations. Although AI can definitely automate routine tasks and provide data-driven insights, it is essential to remember that the human element remains at the heart of a successful HR strategy where empathy, compassion and understanding continue to shape the workplace of the future.

I'm eager to hear your thoughts on AI in HR!

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