It is the year 2035 and robots powered by artificial intelligence (AI) are part of everyday life. Working as servants in every household and programmed to follow three laws of robotics, they nevertheless band together in a plot to take over the world. While this is merely the plot of the 2004 science fiction movie “I, Robot”, it illustrates society’s fears around the role of AI. With the rise of inventions like self-driving cars and robot caregivers, the possibility that machines will become so intelligent that they will take over aspects of daily life is more tangible than ever.
New research shows that even with the proven benefits of recruitment marketing, adoption rates are slow.
By Elyse Mayer
The speed of business has accelerated significantly, and it feels like the rate of change in talent acquisition is moving even faster. People, processes, and technologies are in constant flux. In the past few years, talent acquisition has moved closer to a function of marketing for talent, or recruitment marketing. Organizations are currently in a quest to deliver creative, experience-driven strategies to differentiate themselves by their brands and cultures, not merely by their inventory of jobs.
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Acquisition Addresses Ongoing Need for Recruiting Support for Difficult-to-Find, Skilled Talent PHILADELPHIA, PA – February 28th, 2018 – Yoh, a leading international talent and outsourcing company and part of Day & Zimmermann, announced today the acquisition of Maxsys Solutions, LLC, a Frisco, Texas-based specialty IT recruitment firm. The transaction includes Maxsys Financial Solutions, LLC, a […]
Expanded benefits offerings are helping organizations retain top performers.
By Tim Weber
What does a well-integrated benefits program look like these days? Nothing like yesterday’s. Between healthcare cost pressures and regulatory uncertainties, organizations have to content with not only a volatile benefits marketplace, but also the rising expectations and individual needs of the workforce. Partnering core health benefits with a robust voluntary benefits program can help employers solve these challenges.
Industry research is core to human capital management and decision-making. That is why in 2017, the HRO Today research team took a deep dive into several topics that presented challenges to HR professionals: candidate engagement, Millennial preferences, global unemployment, worker confidence, company reputation, and more. Here, we share some of the top findings—the full version of each report can be found on our website.
Founder Succeeded as Chairman of the Board of Directors by Son and Current CEO, Bill Graebel. DENVER – January 16, 2018 – Graebel Companies, Inc., a leading provider of workforce and workplace mobility solutions for Fortune 500 and Global 1000 firms and the largest family-owned, privately held relocation company in the world, recently announced that David […]
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CEO’s Letter By Elliot Clark, CEO I thought a long time about whether to write this column. I only have one spot in this magazine to express my opinions, and I take that opportunity to connect directly with our readers very seriously. I feel an obligation to tell this story. I will try my best […]