For many potential employees properly filling in their resume, mentioning years of prior experience, education and important personal characteristics, still remains quite problematic. It is especially evident in the fields for which the resume itself is quite unnecessary — line staff and blue collars rarely need it to get a position. Employers recently started offering simple questionnaires for these types of applicants, but even this option seems to become outdated now, being actively displaced by employer’s chatbots.
Committing mistakes is part of life, but when it comes to hiring, those mistakes are often fatal for businesses. Some of the biggest slips come in the form of bad hires and the subsequent loss of productivity for the employees and clients. The truth is, bad hires can cost millions to a flourishing business:
Apr 26, 2018 7:03:30 AM / by XOR
The very idea of using chatbots in HR may seem very wrong at first. After all, who can deal with human resources better than a human being? How would applicants feel having to talk to an algorithm instead of a person? Why would we trust a machine to do the job that requires careful consideration?