Consider the hiring procedure as it is right now. Writing job descriptions, posting them on job sites, reviewing incoming resumes, selecting the best matches, informing those matches of the next stages, and other tasks require someone. They may theoretically be completed by a person, but it can easily become daunting, especially when you take into account that:
There are more people applying for jobs than before. It’s possible for users to sign in from several places and even time zones.
It may not be possible for recruiters to be accessible during several time slots to conduct skill tests remotely for all of these applicants.
Along the process, candidates can ask questions, and many of them would need quick responses to keep them interested. There is room for mistakes to occur because of the number of tasks.
Consider a scenario in which an intelligent AI tool is trained to understand the characteristics of a perfect applicant and then sorts and evaluates applications in accordance with those ideal standards. Additionally, it may be used to arrange interviews with human recruiters, perform skill tests, inform applicants of the status of their applications, offer answers to commonly asked questions, and more.
Later on in the process, AI can spot trends in the profiles of successful candidates, which may assist recruiters in modifying their job descriptions to particularly target those top individuals. Additionally, as the screening is being done by a neutral algorithm, candidates are only shortlisted based on their suitability for the position.
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