The HR paradigm is a continuously evolving phenomenon, and the talent scenario has progressed in 2019, with data as an important dimension while recruiting candidates. Here’s looking at the significant hiring trends:
IoT industry trends-Hiring the right talent is a challenge and a competitive process for any organization. It is essential to have skilled professionals who understand the business thoroughly, are a cultural fit, and add to the value of the company. The HR paradigm is a continuously evolving phenomenon, and the talent scenario has progressed in 2019, with data as an important dimension while recruiting candidates. Here’s looking at the significant hiring trends:
Utilization of technology to streamline the interview process
There have been vital trends in hiring that have brought in much-needed streamlining into the hiring process. Offline video interviews, chatbot-enabled interviews, AI-enabled profile shortlisting, personality assessments, and utilizing big data are some of the things that took off in 2019. This has left recruiters with time to dive deeper into conversational interviews and to enrich the human factor in interviews. As repetitive work moves to technology, interviews continue to become more personalized.
Requirement of different skill sets in the IoT industry
If you look at an industry-wide talent need, the ability to wade through and succeed in ambiguous and uncertain environments rates as one of the most sought-after attributes in candidates; in other words, resilience and versatility. The internet of things (IoT) industry is a unique juxtaposition of two fundamentally different industries – mechanical and connectivity. While the gestation period of projects in the mechanical industry might range from months to years, the connectivity industry has micro-sized projects with the gestation period in days and skill requirements transforming dramatically.
When these two industries interact with each other, it creates intense uncertainty due to the difference in their core nature. The talent needed to manage and survive in a volatile industry like these needs to be exceptionally resilient, learning quickly through observation, learn from failures, and must trust their instincts. They should have the versatility to execute things on the ground while exhibiting a hunger to think strategically. These are the vital aspects recruiters look for while hiring candidates for the IoT industry.