Prepare for disruption: machines with a human touch

Human Resources Spot On

Artificial intelligence will radically transform both the HR sector and its customers’ requirements. How do you prepare a people’s business for the impact of automation?

Oaklins’ specialists Sofie Lemmens and Neal England examine the future-proofing strategies of the biggest players in the recruitment and selection market. Acquisition of HR tech startups features high on staffing companies’ agendas, so we take a look at the disruptive business model of digital newcomer Get Driven.

Historically, the HR industry has been trailing behind in automation and artificial intelligence. However, lots of HR tech communities have been founded recently and a large number of startup HR tech companies are entering the market. SOFIE LEMMENS, HUMAN RESOURCES SPECIALIST, OAKLINS, BELGIUM

The entrance of machines in a people’s business

Case study

OUTSOURCING Inc. has acquired a majority stake in OTTO Holding B.V.

Oaklins Human Resources specialists

Annelies heemeryck
Annelies Heemeryck Brussels, Belgium
Senior Associate
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Neal england
Neal England Dallas, United States
Managing Director
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