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As we have seen with the rise of digital transformation, so has the evolution of human resources (HR) processes. The use of artificial intelligence, virtual reality and other new technologies has not just made it easier for HR professionals to carry out their jobs efficiently but also given them more data points with which to do so. A face-based RFID system is an example of this. It allows employees to register at a specific desk and upload their data in order to access particular resources or functions within a company such as email, internal applications or job boards. If you’re using facial recognition technology as part of your HR processes, it will provide even more insight into how your company works and who is performing best. We’ll take you through the top 5 ways that implementing facial recognition technology can improve your HR processes:
Track the right person at the right time
In practice, this can mean getting a better understanding of who you’re letting onto your site and how they’re performing. It can also help you to avoid hiring the wrong person for a given role or position. For example, you may want to hire a certain type of employee but have misread the job requirements. With facial recognition technology, you can check if the employee in question is actually available for work during particular hours. This can guarantee that the right person is being brought onto the team, especially when you’re dealing with full-time or part-time work. It can also help you to avoid the situation in which an employee is offered a position only to find out later that they are not the right fit.
Manage hiring efficiently
When it comes to managing employee hiring, there are a few ways that facial recognition technology can help: – Don’t put yourself in a position where you have to guess who to bring on board. With facial recognition technology, you can ensure that the right person is being brought on board through a quick check. This can help to streamline the hiring process and save you time and money. – Give employees the tools they need to apply. Facial recognition technology can help you to avoid the problem of employees who don’t have the required skills or experience to perform the role.- Make sure there is a clear hiring process in place. With facial recognition technology, you can avoid the issue of employees feeling like they are being scrutinized too much when applying for a new position. There are ways to address concerns or questions that employees may have. For example, you can provide tools such as video recruiting or an onboarding program that walks employees through the process of joining your team.
Optimize employee onboarding and training
Employee onboarding can be a really difficult process for HR leaders to get right. You may have a clear goal in mind for what steps to take with your new employee but without the right skills/training, it might not matter what you say or do. To avoid setting a poor example for your staff and/or create an onboarding program that your new employees love to use, you can use facial recognition technology to help to identify the cause of problems and suggest remedial action. For example, you may be setting up an onboarding program that is focused on teaching new employees how to use certain tools but not enough employees are getting the training. Using facial recognition technology, you can help to identify which employees need additional help and immediately introduce them to the right people.
Optimize employee performance review process
In some industries, like health and medical, there is a clear benefit to using a rank-based system to determine performance. With facial recognition technology, you can create a custom questionnaire that ranks employees and then provides the best possible feedback. This can help with the onboarding process of new employees or the annual performance review process where you can give each employee a score and see what areas require improvement. A great example of this is in the oil and gas industry. With facial recognition technology, you can set up a program where employees rate each other on a scale of 1-100 based on how well they are performing. This feedback can help you identify areas for improvement and give you better insights into the health of your staff.
Track employee performance with Artificial Intelligence
When it comes to tracking employee performance with artificial intelligence, there are a few ways that facial recognition technology can help. – Data is the new oil. With all of the new ways that AI and VR can help to capture data and store it in the cloud, facial recognition technology has become more accessible than ever. This means that employees can now upload their data and see how they look against it. This can help to create clear goals for hiring and provide insight into who might be performing better than others. Whether you want to track the number of tasks completed or the number of objectives achieved, AI can help you to do so. – Let employees choose how they want to measure up. AI can help you to create employee surveys where employees can rank-up each other and give you feedback on how they are doing. This can help you to identify areas for improvement and give you better insights into the health of your staff.