BALANCE NEEDS TO BE STRUCK BETWEEN AUTOMATED RECRUITMENT PROCESSES AND HUMAN INTERACTION TO ATTRACT BEST CANDIDATES TO ROLES

HUMAN Resources experts across east and southeast Asia need to rethink what can be overly-automated hiring processes, lacking in personal touch, say some experts. Indeed, there is a need to rehumanise the candidate experience, according to a new study which found that too much automation puts off prospective candidates rather than attracts them. “Undoubtedly, automation is meant to help. It can help cut costs for a company while giving its customers an enriching experience. But these two factors are not mutually exclusive,” law firm Eversheds Sutherland’s ...


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