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#RedBranchWeekly: Hello to Recruiting & HR’s Bright Future!

By Marissa Litty:

The future of talent acquisition and HR is mighty bright. Don’t believe me? Well, experts estimate the recruiting market to be worth $200 billion worldwide while the HR tech industry is at a cool $400 billion. And with the job market sitting at a pretty good place, we can only expect to see growth in both. Of course, even if you haven’t been following the numbers, you probably have at least noticed the emergence of more efficient and better HR and recruitment technology and tools. If even that’s missed your attention, check out these posts from our partners at XOR, IQTalent Partners and ClearCompany.

The #HRTech industry is worth an estimated $400 billion. Check out why this market is booming in #RedBranchWeekly: Click To Tweet

XOR: How AI Truly Implements Diversity in Recruiting

Diversity recruitmenthappy professionals coffee diverse is finally getting the attention it deserves. This could be thanks to the big, PR nightmares tech giants have faced in recent years, but the results remain the same. People are demanding diversity and inclusion initiatives from employers and smart organizations aren’t dawdling. This post explains how AI could be the answer to some of the bias challenges businesses face in the recruiting and hiring process. Even with our best efforts, unconscious bias slips into our decisions. AI can help.

Can #AI help overcome bias in the #hiring process? @xor_ai explores the question in #RedBranchWeekly: Click To Tweet

IQTalent: The 3 Biggest Breakthroughs AI is Making in Sourcing

Going further into what AI could improve, this quick read dives into some of the ways the tech helps sourcing. The list isn’t extensive, but there are some pretty important benefits. For instance, are you confident with your organization’s job descriptions? These breakthroughs are incredibly interesting and backed by research.

#RedBranchWeekly: Ever wondered how #AI could improve sourcing? @IQTalent explains: Click To Tweet

ClearCompany: What Effective Performance Management Truly Looks like in 2018

professional woman performance management discussionPerformance management is a challenge. One report found that 54% of employees say their organization’s performance management plan hasn’t positively affected performance. While leaders are scrambling to hit deadlines, their employees aren’t even benefitting from it all. What’s an employer to do? This post dives into performance management as it stands right now and explains some of the future’s potential.

#RedBranchWeekly: Where does #PerformanceManagement actually stand in 2018? @ClearCompany has the details: Click To Tweet

What do you think will play the biggest part in the future of talent acquisition and HR? Tell us on Twitter @RedBranch!