ERE Webinar

AI in Talent Acquisition: When the Benefits Outweigh the Risks

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AI has changed the way work gets done. The labor shortage, increased recruiter turnover, and remote work have accelerated the demand for AI in talent acquisition. According to Aptitude Research, 63% of companies are investing or planning to invest in AI solutions this year compared to 42% in 2020.

But the benefits of AI extend beyond efficiency and the tactical elements of talent acquisition. When used correctly, AI impacts quality, Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI), and overall experiences. In addition, it enhances the human side of talent acquisition and offers a support system for companies looking for smarter ways to attract, recruit, and hire talent.

The challenge most companies face is that AI is misunderstood in talent acquisition. TA buyers are not always clear about how to navigate the changing landscape. Some providers do not take an ethical approach to AI, while others offer little more than automation. But companies that are committed to laying the foundation for AI will see long-term improvements in their overall strategy.

This webinar will help address the following questions:

  • How is AI defined?
  • What are the challenges and misconceptions with AI in talent acquisition?
  • How are companies adopting AI?
  • What are some of the applications of AI across talent acquisition?
  • How important is ethical AI?

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Presented by:

Madeline Laurano

Madeline is founder and principal analyst at Aptitude Research, a research-based analyst and advisory firm focused on talent management and including talent acquisition. Madeline’s work helps companies both validate and reevaluate their strategies and understand the role technology can play in driving business outcomes. She has watched HCM transform from a back-office function to a strategic company initiative with a focus on partnerships, experience and efficiency. Before Aptitude Research, Madeline held key research roles at Aberdeen, Bersin by Deloitte, ERE Media and Brandon Hall Group. She is co-author of Best Practices in Leading a Global Workforce and has been quoted in the Wall Street Journal, The Boston Globe, Yahoo News, and The Financial Times. She is a frequent presenter at industry conferences including the HR Technology Conference and Exposition, SHRM, IHRIM, HCI’s Strategic Talent Acquisition conference, GDS International’s HCM Summit, and HRO Today. Madeline has a Bachelor of Arts and a Master of Arts in International Relations from Boston University.