For some recruiters, ChatGPT has already revolutionized the way they work, providing a chance to offload many administrative tasks and re-focus on the interpersonal side of recruitment.
In April, CNBC cited a ResumeBuilder survey of 1,000 businesses where half reported using ChatGPT to carry out tasks like emailing job applicants and writing job descriptions.
Another 30 percent said they plan to incorporate ChatGPT or some other form of AI soon.
Why? In the words of Stacie Haller, Chief Career Advisor at ResumeBuilder: “I don’t know many people that love writing job descriptions.”
It’s fair to point out that if your only job is to write job descriptions, AI may induce some anxiety about the future of your employment.
But if that’s only part of your job, or aspects of another position that somehow landed on your to-do list, the future looks bright – perhaps even more so for small companies or start-ups with staffing and budget constraints.
The rise of ChatGPT is also being embraced by recruitment firms to boost efficiency and make RPO partnerships more affordable.
Are you ready to revolutionize your recruitment efforts by adding ChatGPT to the mix?
Let’s start by answering these 3 Key Questions:
1. What is ChatGPT and what can it do?
Launched by OpenAI last fall, ChatGPT is an AI ChatBot that can produce text that mimics human conversation. You can task it with things like automated responses, emails, applicant testing, job descriptions and more.
As of January 2023, ChatGPT had reached over 100 million users, making it the fastest growing consumer application to date. The basic version is free, but advanced features and support requires a subscription.
2. What are you doing now?
Go back six months. Was your recruitment strategy successful in sourcing quality candidates in an efficient and timely manner?
The beauty of AI is that you can move through those preliminary recruitment steps at warp speed and with data-based precision driving the entire process: crafting job descriptions, conducting resume analyses, screening and predictive ranking.
Time is money, particularly if you’re scrambling to find staff. Don’t invest one-on-one time in candidates who lack necessary skills.
3. What do you need ChatGPT to do?
If your recruitment manager is drowning in administrative tasks, resumes may be languishing in an inbox. That’s how star applicants end up working for your competition.
Deploying ChatGPT can ensure every applicant gets a warm reply and preliminary screening. Immediately.
If your recruitment manager isn’t actually a recruitment manager, consider ChatGPT as means of freeing up their time for the job they were hired to do. If that is their job, AI will help your recruitment manager re-focus on the interpersonal side of hiring, and the tasks that attracted them to the role in the first place.
Another option: An RPO partnership. Join forces with recruitment pros who know exactly how to incorporate ChatGPT into your business model for immediate results.
We’ll help you embrace the ChatGPT revolution and save you money. Book a complimentary consultation here.