By Jennifer Hewett, Australian Financial Review, 31 January
Having been a CHRO of a listed company in my last role, I can empathise with the confusion and exhaustion that comes from navigating the myriad HR tech products flooding the market whilst trying to manage many ongoing HR change initiatives.
Last year, as CEO of an HR tech start-up I did what most do in that role — I spent a whole lot of time talking to customers, CHROs, heads of talent, recruiters and business owners, listening to their challenges to build a product that works for them. There are a few themes I picked up on through these conversations.
Depending on which media you read, technology, and specifically Artificial Intelligence, will create or destroy thousands of jobs. It is already radically changing many, as well as how we apply and hire for them.
It scares me sometimes when I think about the big decisions I’ve made on gut feel and will probably continue to make relying on my instincts.
Last week I made a promise to share a journey that brought me to be working in a business at the cutting edge of technology and science within the People/Talent sector.
In my previous post I shared some of the thinking of people within my sector. This is what I learned about the hard work during my 13 years working in tech recruitment.
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