Interviews are a standard part of the recruiting process. Rarely is there a recruiting process that doesn't involve one. Often used as a method to determine whether to hire the candidate or not in the later steps, it can be said that interviews play a crucial role in hiring.
Attracting Top Talent Using Experiential Recruiting
Elon Musk, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, and Larry Ellison are just a few titans of industry who have left college early to start businesses. According to Musk, while graduating from a top university may suggest a student has what it takes to do great things, it is not necessarily so.
Automation and AI are changing our society … and recruiting. As the competition for acquiring the best talent intensifies, efficient and effective ways of recruiting are being demanded. Technology has already made a significant impact over the past decade: for example, much of recruiting has gone virtual with online applications and video calls. Yet as some of the most innovative technological improvements in history, how will automation and AI change the scene?
What is the Future of Recruiting?
According to a LinkedIn Talent Solutions 2018 Global Recruiting Trends report hiring great talent is set to become much tougher in coming years. The report cites the emergence of high skill, high technology jobs, shrinking talent pools and increasing global competition.
In the report recruiting industry professionals identified the following trends as extremely important to the future of recruiting: 1) more diverse candidates (78%), new interviewing tools (56%), big data (50%) and artificial intelligence (35%).