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Gen AI in HRTech

Gen AI in HRTech

Empowering HR Professionals to Redefine Their Roles as Strategic Advisors and People Champions with Generative AI in HR.

In most cases, HR professionals find themselves busy in safeguarding & administrating HR policies & procedures. Instead, they should play a pivotal role in building a culture of ownership, learning, and cultivating human values along with personalized employee well-being initiatives. What causes this is their inadequate analytical prowess. But with Generative AI in HR, they can communicate with company-wide active & passive people data collected through multiple sources and understand the wider picture of what’s happening at department or office location levels. With such insights into workforce dynamics, HR professionals can make strategic decisions bringing a lasting impact to people and to themselves as well. This will eventually help them redefine their roles as Strategic Advisors & People Champions.

Generative AI as HR Co-Pilot, Navigating the Future.

Customer Experience Offering

Implement conversational chatbots to address employee queries regarding HR policies, benefits, and career development beyond pre-defined sets.

Example: Jane asks, “Am I eligible for parental leave?” The chatbot responds contextually, providing eligibility criteria and guiding her through the application process, improving HR service efficiency and accessibility.

Enterprise Knowledge Offering
  • Analyze data sources like employee handbooks, compliance guidelines, survey reports, reimbursement policies to generate up-to-date and comprehensive knowledge repositories
  • Tag content using natural language processing, ensuring easy access and searchability

Example: Meet Sarah, the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO), aiming to assess employee performance KPIs. She leverages generative AI to analyze various data sources. The AI identifies key performance indicators, trends, and areas for improvement, enabling Sarah to make data-driven decisions.

  • Ask questions and algorithms analyze HR metrics, such as employee turnover rates, recruitment costs, and training effectiveness to identify bottlenecks and inefficiencies
  • Extract, classify, and analysis various types of documents by asking questions
  • Analyze historical data, ask questions in your language and identify patterns and correlations at each department level

Example: Emily, the COO, enhances HR processes with generative AI. By querying turnover rates, recruitment costs, and training effectiveness, the AI extracts and classifies data from documents. Emily uncovers interdepartmental patterns, optimizing processes for improved efficiency.

Benefits of Generative AI in HR.

2X Faster
Talent Acquisition.
With Passive
Data Analysis
Improved Compliance
Compliance Checks, Audits,
and Reporting
Training & Skill
Development Mgmt.
Skill Gaps & Learning Styles-
led Personalization
Adaptive Performance
Real-time Feedback and
Performance Insights
Employee Feedbacks
& Sentiment.
Semantic Search and
In-depth Insights
Retention Strategies.
Know Potential
Turnover Risks

Generative AI in HR: Implementation and Integration Process.


Data Analysis
and Planning
  • Assess Property Data Needs
  • Define Objectives and Use Cases
  • Identify Stakeholders and Data Sources
  • Develop Implementation Strategy


LLM Selection &
  • Research LLM Providers
  • Assess Model Capabilities
  • Evaluate Licensing and Pricing
  • Procure & Implement LLM Solutions


Integration and
  • Data Integration and Preprocessing
  • Model Training and Fine-Tuning
  • Testing and Validation
  • Training and Knowledge Transfer


Monitoring and
  • Performance Monitoring & Feedback
  • Continuous Model Improvement
  • Scale and Expand Usage
  • Compliance and Security

Generative AI in HR: Best Practices for Stakeholders.

Adding Gen AI into HR doesn't just revolutionize processes; it levels up HR's capacity to nurture talent and drive impactful business outcomes, powered by human intelligence, supported by AI insights.

Naresh Prajapati​
CEO | Azilen Technologies​

Gen AI Opportunities for HRTech Product Owners.

Automated Job Description Generation
Automated Job Description Generation
Implement a feature that uses Generative AI to generate compelling job descriptions based on input criteria.
Candidate Resume Parsing and Matching
Candidate Resume Parsing and Matching
Develop a feature that employs Gen AI to parse & analyze candidate resumes, extracting relevant skills, experiences, etc.
Interview Questions Suggestion
Interview Question Recommendation
Integrate a feature that utilizes Generative AI to suggest interview questions tailored to specific job roles and candidate profiles.
Learning & Development
Personalized Learning Paths
Introduce a feature that utilizes Gen AI to analyze employee skills, performance data, and career aspirations, and recommend personalized learning paths.
Employee Feedback Analysis
Employee Feedback Analysis
Implement a feature that employs Gen AI to analyze employee feedback from surveys, performance reviews, and other sources.
Performance Review Summarization
Performance Review Summarization

Create a feature that utilizes Gen AI to summarize performance reviews & feedback, extracting key insights.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's)

Still have Questions?

Top FAQs Around Our Generative AI in HR offerings.

Generative AI enhances HR processes by providing data-driven insights for decision-making, personalizing employee experiences, and optimizing workflows for greater efficiency and effectiveness.

No, Gen AI complements human HR professionals by augmenting their capabilities, streamlining tasks, and enabling them to focus on more strategic initiatives such as talent development, employee engagement, and organizational culture.

Ethical and unbiased use of Generative AI in HR requires careful consideration of data sources, model training methods, and algorithmic transparency to mitigate biases and ensure fairness in decision-making processes.

Organizations measure the success of Generative AI implementations in HR through key performance indicators (KPIs) such as time saved on administrative tasks, improvements in recruitment and retention metrics, employee satisfaction scores, and overall business outcomes aligned with HR goals.

Yes, Generative AI models can be integrated into existing software systems to add enhanced value propositions by empowering end-users to accomplish tasks in seamless manner.

We take confidentiality seriously and have our robust framework called DASTAC in place to secure your project data. Our consultants sign non-disclosure agreements, and we follow industry-standard security practices to safeguard your sensitive information.