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Human resources is in charge of juggling a thousand tasks each day:

  • Recruitment
  • Onboarding new employees
  • Employee happiness and retention
  • Data management and performance reviews

This is especially the case for HR professionals managing a small business as they’re less likely to have a dedicated team that helps them manage their operations.

Due to this demand, there have been a few AI platforms popping up recently that are specifically designed to assist HR professionals!

Today we’re outlining 3 that we think could be most useful for HR. By learning more about each, you can decide if they would help your organization improve efficiency, reliability, and employee management.

3 AI Platforms Designed With Human Resources In Mind

1. Leena AI

While this one may be a bit more useful if you’re managing a team of upwards of 20-30 people, Leena AI offers easy solutions to answer employee questions related to payroll, vacation days, and other HR policies.

Meesho, an e-commerce fashion brand, used Leena AI to create a repository of FAQs based on the top questions they received from new employees. This has ultimately helped their HR department save time, quickly assist new employees, and increase productivity since they don’t have to spend time answering the same questions over and over again.

2. Zavvy

Zavvy offers an AI-driven, 360° Growth System to simplify and streamline development and training programs.

Spotify has used its leadership assessment program to evaluate leaders’ performance, skills, and behaviors which has helped them identify where each team member’s strengths are and fine-tune their projects accordingly. Ultimately, systems like Zavvy could help a team increase productivity and reliability if everyone is set up to play to their strengths.

3. HR Signal

Retaining employees has never been more important than it is in today’s market. That’s why HR Signal has created a program with predictive insights to help with employee retention and talent development.

HR signal’s Proactive Employee Retention system can help human resources reps use predictive analytics to determine the probability of seeking a new position, whether that’s internally or at a new company entirely. As a result, they can identify how many employees might benefit from retention programs.

Don’t Forget To Think About Your Employees First

But remember, integrating AI shouldn’t come at the cost of employee wellbeing. Striking the right balance is crucial.

As we’ve covered in previous blogs, surveys show employees are open to the integration of AI in the workplace but they’re less comfortable with it being used to assess their work performance. Keep this in mind if you should choose to integrate AI into your company because employee appreciation is important and can lead to a more productive workforce.

Key Takeaways

AI isn’t just a futuristic concept; it’s here and it’s transforming human resources.

Platforms like the ones listed above can be especially helpful if you’re managing a small business because you may not have an entire team dedicated to helping you accomplish tasks. If you’re the primary person in charge of managing your company’s human resources, these platforms can help you save time, make fewer mistakes, and process employee documents more quickly and efficiently.

As you evaluate platforms, consider ones that align with your organization’s goals. That way you can easily embrace the benefits they provide while always keeping your employees’ well-being at the forefront.

Keeping up with the latest trends in human resources allows us to offer our clients strategies that will help them grow. Connect with our team at Health & Benefits partners today to learn more about HR solutions that could benefit your small business.