Recruitment has helped construct winning teams and successful companies for years. Recruitment is a people-centric sector that deals with persons and their successes and failures, which affect lives and businesses.
Thus, effective rules and processes may help organizations recruit top personnel, establish a strong team, increase retention rates, and boost employer branding.
Effective recruiting methods must evaluate personality characteristics, talents, experience, and interpersonal interactions. Finding a balance between automated and human interactions is crucial as recruiting technology grows.
Shuchita Shukla, Head of Talent Acquisition – India, Global Logic, presented several approaches to mix technology and personal touch while hiring talent.
India is a volume recruitment market, yet every tech business wants 20% of the skill pool. Thus, the hire, train, and deploy engine must be used to increase talent and reduce inequity.
Applicant tracking systems, AI-powered talent sourcing and screening platforms, and skills assessment and interview platforms have been widely used. They assist recruiters use their time to establish networks and personal interactions with top applicants.
The new AI-driven recruiting system reduces hiring time. Technology may assist develop protocols and limit human interaction, therefore organizations must define their role. Technology may automate monotonous operations, freeing recruiters to focus on sourcing, interviewing, and relationship development and improving recruiting efficiency.
Job applicants’ mental and emotional health is as crucial as recruiting efficiency and cost. This involves human skill and balancing optimization with an individual effect. Communication, trust, and feedback help achieve this equilibrium. Talent consultants must also empathize with candidates and understand their achievements.
Human knowledge drives recruiting personalisation, emotional intelligence, and educated judgments.Technology can automate certain tasks but not all. By merging human knowledge with technology, organizations can improve candidate experience, scale, and make data-driven choices.