For Immediate Release
Contact: Laurie Pehar Borsh
San Francisco, CA — 5/02/17
HireMojo, Inc., the Hiring Automation Platform (TM), today announced the unveiling of it's latest hiring "robot" at the Northern California Human Resources Association (NCHRA) HR TechXpo on August 25, 2017. With this invitation, the NCHRA event demonstrates leadership at the intersection of Human Resources (HR) and technology.
Beyond simple automation, complete functions are being transformed with Robotic Process Automation (RPA). According to a recent PWC Research report, robots will replace up to 38% of U.S. jobs by 2030. Until now, HR functions have been largely insulated from this wave of technology. The introduction of HireMojo's robot, which makes it possible for nearly anyone to find candidates and fill jobs without needing industry specific knowledge or resources, sets the NCHRA August event apart.
"We are delighted to see the NCHRA lead the way for technology innovation among HR leaders across the country." said John Younger, HireMojo's CEO. "Advancing the balance between human and machine actually makes the entire hiring process more intimate, scalable and effective. We applaud the NCHRA for their efforts to pull HireMojo and others together. "
"By bringing together some of the most transformative technologies for the HR industry, our goal is to help attendees learn to incorporate these advances into their departments." emphasized Greg Morton, CEO of NCHRA. "HireMojo's process automation is a good example of a technology most thought was not possible in the recruiting and hiring function, yet it's here and it works."
HireMojo (http://www.hiremojo.com) develops a subscription-based automation software for the recruiting and hiring function. Based on the data from filling tens of thousands of jobs with millions of applicants, it's Hiring Automation Platform (TM) incorporates a constellation of resources and performs many of the routine activities needed to make hiring predictable, fast and easy.
The Northern California HR Association, one of the nation's largest HR associations, has been advancing organizations through human resources since 1960. Delivering nearly 200 programs annually, the association is dedicated to connecting human resources professionals with practice resources, leading California-specific training, legal and legislative developments, quality service providers, and each other–forming career-long networks and partnerships.