Introduction:Although the emergence of artificial intelligence has been doubted and feared by employers and employees in varying degrees, its potential in telework cannot be underestimated.
Although the emergence of artificial intelligence has been doubted and feared by employers and employees in varying degrees, its potential in telework cannot be underestimated.
Machine learning is already actively increasing job opportunities for job seekers around the world, and AI may soon be able to completely eliminate repetitive jobs – thus giving companies more time to train workers to undertake more skilled jobs.
The appeal of telecommuting is growing exponentially worldwide. While businesses have been slow to accept telecommuting, the covid-19 pandemic has inadvertently shown how technology can make it easy for employees to work at similar levels of productivity – even if they are not in the workplace.
As covid-19 forces more and more employees to set up offices in their own homes, will their office life change again? Can artificial intelligence and machine learning really maintain the work at home (WFH) culture for more companies?
Using AI to manage remote work
Human resource managers and employees must perform many tasks to bring them into compliance with the legal requirements of employment and the policies issued by their respective companies. When all this compliance is taken into account, finding the right candidate can be a time-consuming process. However, enterprises can create remote positions to reduce the burden on managers or internal employees.
One of the criticisms of WFH is the ability of companies to monitor the productivity and quality of external workers. Fortunately, artificial intelligence and machine learning can help you. Team leaders, supervisors, and managers can all turn to machine learning programs to monitor employee performance in a non intrusive and accurate manner.
More modern systems can use information through survey tools to provide fair performance evaluation, and provide accurate reports according to specific situations, pointing out the strengths and weaknesses of employees.
Here, technology takes the lead and creates levels of analysis that are difficult to replicate through manual management. This is especially true for companies with large numbers of employees working remotely.
Both human resources professionals and hiring managers find the process of finding the right person is time-consuming. Recruitment is often tedious, and when there are many applicants, there is always a danger that skilled candidates may be overlooked.
AI will soon become a key part of internal recruitment. Programs that automatically sift through hundreds of resumes, online profiles and cover letters will be able to pick out key attributes and ideal qualities of candidates and highlight them when appropriate.
Technology will also help fill remote positions. With this in mind, AI and WFH are indeed future matches. Telecommuting will help businesses reduce internal expenses and allow skilled employees to work for them based on the company’s attributes, rather than on their distance from the office.
Matching AI and telecommuting can help recruiters select the most suitable candidates and attract potential employees who want to work from home.
Overcoming the disadvantages of remote work
After the devastating covid-19 pandemic, it is inevitable that more and more enterprises will accept WFH at a faster speed. However, although remote work has become the first choice for more employees, it is not an ideal choice for all.
Some employees may not be able to work successfully at home due to limited shared living space, so they will find it difficult to improve their work efficiency. In other places, telecommuting benefits both left behind parents and caregivers.
The climate around covid-19 makes telecommuting a basic choice to help protect employees. In turn, this is helping companies learn more about the potential of WFH and AI. More and more enterprises are developing sustainable WFH plans to help manage productivity and effectively delegate tasks from afar.
These new approaches may be important for developing more remote opportunities for employees – opening the door to full-time telecommuting.
Adaptive artificial intelligence
AI, of course, has a warning. Nowadays, artificial intelligence will inevitably undertake the work of some human workers. But it opens the door to creating more jobs.
People who have worked on WFH missions in the past will realize the power of AI technology. As the development of artificial intelligence systems continues, it is essential that workers have the skills and knowledge needed to control such systems.
The unfortunate arrival of covid-19 provides remote working road test for employees around the world. Despite some warnings and limitations, AI will soon change our view of WFH and open up new fields for businesses that want to hire and cooperate with talents from all over the world.
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