June Virtual: Bringing Talent Acquisition into the Digital Age

Wednesday, June 12, 2024


Bringing Talent Acquisition into the Digital Age

Despite layoffs making headlines now, all the demographic and digital trends point toward tough competition for workers in the future–maybe sooner than most expect. What are the new techniques and tools that talent-acquisition can use to envision the workforce their company will need in the future? What data and insights can HR and TA leaders provide to the company to be ahead of trends? How can companies do a better job of internal recruiting and promoting internal mobility? What are the best practices for hiring based on skills and potential, rather than credentials?

From Day One is a Recertification Provider for SHRM and HRCI. This session is eligible for 3 credits from both organizations. The Activity IDs will be sent to attendees after the conclusion of the session.


Using AI to Revolutionize Hiring for Top Talent, While Avoiding the Pitfalls

For talent acquisition, AI presents a remarkable tool that can help by verifying candidates’ backgrounds and skills, suggesting interview questions, creating candidate profiles, and other tasks. As tech hiring picks up, especially for AI roles, how can TA leaders make the best use of the new technology, while also being on the alert for candidates using AI fraudulently during skills assessments? How can TA specialists use AI to solve many of their pain points, while continuing to focus on the aspects of the job that require the human touch?

Charting Fresh Career Paths in an Evolving Workplace

In a time of heightened career reflection, organizations are introducing new possibilities and opportunities for their workers. What career trajectories will emerge by harnessing new technology, reducing geographical constraints, and embracing skill and project-centric roles? How can advancement and new challenges within an organization be redefined? What new career paths will appear? 

Creating an Inclusive Dialogue With Workers About New Technology

The arrival of new tech in the workplace can be necessary but disruptive. How can companies involve their workers more in the conversation about upskilling, changing roles and processes, and the new employee experience that results? How can workers be included in the conversations about new technology and tools from onboarding onward?