Category: Trends Report

How RPA Creates a More Human-Centric HR Profession and Workplace

The Power of Automation and Conversational AI for Your Recruitment Function trends report mockup on desk

By: Diego Lomanto, Vice President of Product Marketing for UiPath The world is in the middle of a major revolution in the way that work is done, much like it experienced with the transition from the Agricultural Age to the Industrial Age. Unlike these previous labor shifts – which were driven by physical machinery –… Read more »

STAFFING JUNE COVID-19 WORKGROUP: RECAP & ANALYSIS

With the COVID-19 pandemic affecting most businesses and forcing an unprecedented number of workers to work remotely, Talent Tech Labs launched a virtual Workgroup for like-minded professionals to share their challenges and discuss timely topics, strategies, and developments. The third meeting of this series was focused on COVID-19 and its effect on hiring and returning… Read more »

Remote Work Takes Over the World

With ⅔  of the World sheltering in place, we are living in unprecedented times. Given the fact almost every company is now remote-first for the foreseeable future, TTL thought it timely to produce a Trends Report around best practices related to working remotely and managing your team from home. Our Trends Report draws upon 6… Read more »

2019 Talent Acquisition Report Card [infographic]

Talent Tech Labs employees completing the 2019 2019 Talent Acquisition Survey

In July, we launched a survey focused on the use and adoption of Talent Acquisition Technology. In the survey, we asked two sets of questions about different aspects of organizational performance related to recruiting. The first asked respondents to rate their organization’s ability to perform various activities related to recruiting and hiring talent — such… Read more »

Calculating CPH for Early Career Professionals

Talent Tech Labs employees calculating cost per hire

The cost for companies to hire someone seems like the kind of thing that an HR department should know. It would allow firms to identify which parts of the recruiting process generate the most expenses and help identify problem areas to focus on. It would also allow companies to benchmark themselves against their peers and… Read more »