Here’s a statistic that can keep recruiters up at night: the global talent shortage could reach 85.2 million people by 2030.
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In the quest to achieve efficiency via AI, many companies have acquired solutions without considering the human aspect and how they affect collaboration between co-workers, especially for interview scheduling. The work dynamics between humans and AI are often fraught with friction, leading to undesirable consequences. A 2017 IFS research report found that up to 45% of US respondents will consider changing jobs over bad software usability!
Recruitment was already much tougher in 2019 than it was in 2018—and 2020 looks to be no different. A McKinsey survey of senior leaders revealed that there will be a shortage of talent for around 16 to 18 million high-skill roles (especially those with expertise in specific tech verticals) this year in Europe and the United States.
If you’re a recruiter, finding the right talent probably keeps you up at night. After all, you’re racing against time—each day a vacancy remains unfilled could be costing your company $500 or more a day. That’s at least $15,000 dollars if the position remains unfilled for a month. Now, multiply that number by dozens of vacancies, and you can see how that can snowball into significant costs for the company in the span of a year.
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