Artificial intelligence (AI) and robotic process automation (RPA) were once viewed as technologies that would replace white collar jobs. But as experts agreed during an SS&C Blue Prism Canada webinar, this is now far from the truth: as well as helping to save time, money and resources, they also free up public sector employees to focus on creative thinking, which in turn boosts job satisfaction
According to the World Economic Forum, 65% of children entering primary school will eventually work in totally new types of jobs. Such jobs do not even exist today. Here lies the opportunity for government organisations to deliberately redesign their HR department.
Government sectors continue to rely on obsolete systems and applications merely because they constantly face challenges deploying modern IT infrastructure. But modernising IT has become the need of the hour, and the government can not simply ignore it. Here in this article, let us see some of the top priorities for the government when they go for IT modernisation.
Finding the perfect fit among the potential candidates is always a challenge. As with every technological advancement that came to support the remote work culture, the automation of the recruitment process has also gone a long way, helping the HR department sort and weed out chores of applicants from a list that is endless and focus on whom they need. Here, the author speaks on automation trends in recruitment and the need to implement them in the public sector.
Organizations adopting new technologies with automation are boosting their growth and creating a different yet more technically sound workforce. The Digitization and Future of Work report by the Centre for European Economic Research shed light on this fact by concluding how 50% of Germany’s organizations deploy advanced technologies and thereby create more jobs.