As 2022 comes to a close, Recruitment Tech looks back at the 10 most-popular articles about the very core of this website: recruitment technology. Popular topics include: the metaverse, conversational AI and applicant tracking systems.
The top 10
These are the 10 articles that scored best among our Recruitment Tech readers, spread throughout the world.
What will be the impact of the metaverse on recruitment?
Coming in at the top spot is Recruitment Tech’s long-form article, which delves into the impact of the metaverse on recruitment. Featuring expert opinions as well as all the background on the ins and outs of the metaverse and its potential impact on recruitment, this article was extremely popular among Recruitment Tech readers. Continue reading
What are recruiters’ favourite applicant tracking systems (ATS) for 2022?
Recruiters worldwide currently rely on applicant tracking systems (ATS) to manage their recruitment process. But which is their favourite? That’s what this article, with a little help from a Recruiting Brainfood survey, aims to answer. With a whopping 497 net positive responses, Greenhouse leads the way. Followed by Lever and SmartRecruiters. Continue reading
Friday Fact: 73% of companies want to invest more in recruitment technology in 2022
For quite some time, Recruitment Tech has looked at some of the most interesting research to come out — and look for the numbers. In February, based on research conducted by Aptitude Research, it found that due to a significant labour shortage and the threat of The Great Resignation, 67% of companies had invested more in recruitment technology in the past year. In 2022, that number was expected to increase to 73%. Continue reading
5 conversational AI assistants that are taking over recruitment’s simple tasks (and more)
Throughout the top 10, artificial intelligence (AI) continues to be a subject near and dear to those reading about recruitment technology. This article sheds a light on the notion that recruitment has entered the era of conversational AI and introduces you to 5 conversational AI assistants that are taking over recruiting’s simple tasks and more. The AI assistants that are named: Olivia by Paradox, XOR, HireVue (AllyO), Stepstone (Mya), and PandaLogic (Wade & Wendy). Continue reading
€2.75M funding for Dutch startup Equalture to fight biases in hiring
In February, Dutch HR tech startup Equalture raised €2.75M funding to help companies make unbiased, science-backed hiring decisions. With this funding, Equalture plans to further grow its international customer base. Continue reading
New study warns AI could harm young job seekers in interviews
Whilst AI-based technologies aim to bring new efficiency and objectivity into the hiring process, new research by the University of Sussex warned that it could potentially have negative effects on young job seekers. This article showcases the good and bad that comes with AI entering the recruitment process. Continue reading
Harver acquires soft skills platform pymetrics
2022 has seen its fair share of acquisitions within the world of recruitment technology. One notable acquisition came in August, when Harver announced it had acquired soft skills platform pymetrics. Together, the two companies aim to empower organisations to optimise their talent decisions across the employee lifecycle. Continue reading
Paavo Heil (RecruitLab): ‘What we want to do is make recruiters happy’ (RTFounders)
Recruitment Tech launched a brand-new series in 2022, entitled Recruitment Technology Founders (RTFounders). In the series, we speak to founders of recruitment technology start-ups throughout Europe. What drives them? How and why did they come up with their solution? Featuring in the series’ second episode, Paavo Heil, Co-Founder and CEO of Estonia-based RecruitLab. Continue reading
The era of conversational AI in recruitment: ‘It’s an assistant, not a bot’
‘It’s an assistant, not a bot’. That’s the main takeaway of the ninth article on the list, featuring an extensive read about another Aptitude Research paper — about the era of conversational AI in recruitment. “Too often, companies confuse chatbots with conversational AI, diminishing the value the latter provides in talent acquisition”, Madeline Laurano, Founder of Aptitude Research said. Continue reading
Gediminas Vilčiauskas (NO-CV): ‘Recruitment can be done without a CV’
Featuring in the very first episode of Recruitment Technology Founders: NO-CV’s Gediminas Vilčiauskas. With NO-CV, which looks to eliminate the CV from the recruiting process, Vilčiauskas is currently participating in a US-based accelerator program called Newchip. “We see big potential”, he said. “We see that this automation trend of the recruitment process, through ERP and SaaS solutions, is here to stay.” Continue reading
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