Organizational leaders and human resources executives have faith that merging artificial intelligence into HR functions like onboarding and administration of benefits can and will improve the overall employee experience. According to IBM’s 2017 survey of 6,000 executives, “Extending expertise: How cognitive computing is transforming HR and the employee experience,” 66 percent of CEOs believe cognitive computing can drive significant value in HR. Half of HR executives back that up, saying they recognize that cognitive computing has the power to transform key dimensions of HR. And 54 percent of HR executives believe that cognitive computing will affect key roles in the HR organization. IBM officials in their study discussed how AI can effectively be woven into an employee’s onboarding program. New employees who typically want to meet people and acquire information typically may not know where to go. IBM officials, who naturally are promoting their own AI capabilities through IBM Watson, also demonstrated ways cognitive engines could help employees arrive at key day-to-day decisions in the workplace. Team training – When an organization wants to take a more systematic approach to employee training, team managers are provided a list of training opportunities for team members. Tom Marsden, CEO of Saberr, told HRPA researchers algorithms are free of those tendencies, which allows managers to go beyond gut feelings and rely on data-driven assessments instead. Identifying Employees On the Way Out.
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