Talent Acquisition in the Digital Era – Facts and Myths

Radu Panait, HR director of E-Infra Group, has delivered an Executive Talk on “Talent Acquisition in the Digital Era – Facts and Myths” on the 7th of October, bringing to the online audience arguments and examples about the changes in the Human Resources Industry and future trends in talent acquisition.

As a provider of executive education, we consider it is highly relevant to discuss talent acquisition and the transformations in the Human Resources Management industry, especially in these uncertain times generated by the Covid-19 pandemic. With more than 20 years of experience in human resources, in Romania and abroad, in companies like IBM, UTI, SAB Miller, and Ursus, Radu Panait offered a clear overview of the transformations that shaped the Human Resources Industry in the last decades and addressed the nowadays trends of digitalization in the recruitment process. Moreover, he offered an analysis of the role of social media platforms and their relevance in the talent acquisition process and how AI will transform this area of activity.

Radu brought to the forefront clear examples from the industry practices – personality and ability tests, social media screening, gamification incorporated in various assessments, and AI tools – indicating the processes that will become the new norm.

For more information please find the presentation here and watch the recording with the fruitful discussions on our Youtube channel.

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We are Transilvania Executive Education. In partnership with Hull University, we aim to connect the companies and entrepreneurs in the region with the opportunities of international business and promote connected and critical thinking amongst the future leaders and professionals of the Romanian business community. We provide the Hull University Executive MBA delivered by the Hull University Business School, which is the only genuine British EMBA from the Transylvania area. The program is certified by AMBA & AACSB accreditations and the modules are taught 100% by a fly-in faculty. The program was launched in 2015 and so far, has had more than 140 students and alumni enrolled in the program. A new class is scheduled to start in April 2021.