Tom Teluk
02 July 2024

More AI in HR

2 min read

According to a study by Gartner, 38% of HR leaders are now utilizing Artificial Intelligence to some extent. This is a twofold increase compared to last year.

The study surveyed 179 companies. The most common applications of AI include administrative tasks, document generation, and talent recruitment. For those not yet using AI, there are plans to do so in the near future. It appears that this trend is here to stay.

What’s next? One of the future tasks for generative AI is to increase employee mobility. HR departments can free themselves from repetitive tasks, largely related to document processing, and focus on building relationships with candidates and employees.

Further phases of automation will lead to greater autonomy for AI HR assistants. Virtual assistants will learn the work of recruiters and increasingly take over their tasks. This will include not only the simplest tasks, like data processing, but also those requiring interaction with potential employees.

Another study by Dell, conducted with a group of 1,100 people, shows a positive attitude towards AI among HR directors. Over 61% expect that technology will positively impact HR practices. Recruitment is highlighted as an area by 29% of respondents. However, the highest expectations are placed on data processing and analytics.

Large companies and younger HR employees are the most enthusiastic about AI. Individuals under 35 have no issues with AI. Additionally, 61% of companies with revenues over $10 million have already implemented AI for the first time.


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