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These Are the Jobs That Are Most and Least Likely to Be Automated Next

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  • The non-manufacturing jobs that automation may affect most include postal and courier services, land transport, and a number of jobs in the food service industry.
  • Cleaning jobs also have a high automation risk (at nearly 60%), and weve already seen an influx of driverless cars that are starting to affect those in the transportation, rideshare, and even long-distance trucking industries.
  • However, while robots can perform manual labor thanks to advances in automation, theyre not even close to replicating human skills.
  • Our 2018 Global Recruiting Trends report found that 76% of surveyed recruiters and hiring managers believe that automation and AI will have at least a somewhat significant impact on recruiting.
  • Below are the areas where AI and automation are most and least likely to impact recruiters: – – Resume collection, candidate sourcing, interview scheduling, coding skills assessment, candidate ranking, and other front-end recruiting activities are the likely to be automated first, given that computational abilities are out-pacing efficiencies of human…

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Japan’s Recruit Buys Jobs Website Glassdoor for $1.2 Billion

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  • Through the tie-up, Recruit will gain access to the U.S. websites extensive cache of content such as employee reviews, while Glassdoor will seek to accelerate its push into non-U.S. markets.
  • Glassdoor runs the second-largest job website in the U.S. and is known for hosting anonymous employee reviews about the culture and management of their companies.
  • Looking for jobs through employer reviews is becoming more popular, so buying Glassdoor not only grabs more users but also strengthens Recruits existing HR platform, said Yushi Kawamoto, analyst at Haitong International Japaninvest KK.
  • The deal is the culmination of a years-long professional relationship between Hohman and Hisayuki Idekoba, Recruits chief operating officer.
  • Within Recruit, Glassdoor will operate as an independent business, Hohman said.

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The 5 Important Conversation Points for Higher Employee Engagement – HumanTelligence

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  • Lets find out what are the 5 kind of important conversations managers should have with the direct reports to effect employee engagement is a positive way.
  • In a goal setting conversation the employee and manager discuss and establish the employees goals , priorities and annual plan for employees.
  • This type of frequent conversations help the manager to remove any last minute surprises and in case there is some road block in achieving the goals, managers and the employee can discuss how that can be removed.
  • Two-way Coaching: The employees gives feedback to the manager in this kind of conversation.
  • The focus should be on the manager coaching the employee for the future, for example, asking, How can I help you better demonstrate this company behavior over the next three months?

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Tomorrow’s jobs require impressing a bot with quick thinking

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  • NEW YORK (Reuters) – When Andrew Chamberlain started in his job four years ago in the research group at jobs website, he worked in a programing language called Stata.
  • So while specializing in a specialized STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) field can seem like an easy path to a lucrative first job, employers are telling colleges: You are producing engineers, but they do not have the skills we need.
  • Artim started in the training program herself, 26 years ago, as did the Enterprise chief executive, and that is how she gets the attention of young adults and their parents who scoff at a future of renting cars.
  • REUTERS/Monica Almeida/File Photo – To get students ready, some colleges, and even high schools, are working on building critical thinking skills.
  • Norma Guerra Gaier, director of career services at Texas State, said her son just recently got a job and not until the final step did he even have a phone interview.

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How to Choose Hiring Assessments That Work for You – Talent Board

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  • How to Choose Hiring Assessments That Work for You – – Remember the four Vs the next time youre being pitched by a selection assessment vendor, Whitney Martin told attendees at the recent Society for Human Resource Management 2018 Talent Conference & Exposition.
  • Martin, the presidentof ProActive Consulting, an assessment strategy consulting firm in Louisville, Ky., said shes inundated with calls asking which prehire assessment is the best.
  • According to the Talent Boards2016 North American Candidate Experienceresearchreport, 82 percent of companies are using some form of pre-employment assessment test.
  • Martin responds to the question of which test is the best with, Why are you thinking about using an assessment?
  • Applying the four Vs will help you understand how best to integrate data from assessment tools that directly correlate with the objectives most important to the business…

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