Each year we are overwhelmed with speaker submissions for our Annual Meeting & Conference. While each submission is centered on a current HR topic, none seemed more relevant this year than artificial intelligence (AI). Today, we’re hard pressed to turn on the news or read industry blogs and articles without hearing about AI and its effects on business and the workplace at large. We are so excited to have multiple sessions on the DEAM18 agenda that focus on this emerging topic, with each one offering a unique take on the subject. From compliance to machine learning to predictive analytics, AI is presenting ideas and best practices that practitioners are well-advised to explore.
Marrying AI and Compliance
Staying compliant is at the top of mind for any HR professional, especially federal contractors who maintain data across a multitude of platforms. With more conversations geared toward artificial intelligence (AI), how do you maintain your data integrity and your compliance obligations? (See full session details)
Pitfalls and Promises of Recruiting with AI
While it might seem ironic, artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are well on the way to lending a helping hand when it comes to solving the problems of human capital management. Recruiting is one of the toughest issues businesses face today, and companies like Unilever have stayed ahead of the curve using AI for their recruitment activities. (See full session details)
Predictive Analytics for Efficiency in Hiring
Predictive analytics helps companies address the basic business questions of who, when and why, and when applied to recruitment and hiring, can be a powerful way to drive efficiency. (See full session details)
Talk about an all star lineup! See all of these amazing presentations and more as we delve into recruiting, OFCCP compliance and sourcing at DEAM18 in Seattle, Washington April 24-26! Check out our full DEAM18 agenda online or access it from our handy conference app!
Kacie Clark is a Marketing Manager specializing in social media and communications for DirectEmployers Association.