10 AI Tools for HR Professionals

In a report on Navigating 2024’s Recruitment Trends, AI and talent expert Hung Lee from Recruiting Brainfood encourages HR leaders to “aggressively apply AI to your own workflow today because it’s going to happen regardless of your desire”.

However, Lee cautions against using AI to simply generate more output. He suggests strategically investing the saved time and resources in areas that bring tangible value to the organisation.

AI tools seamlessly leverage cutting-edge AI technology to automate repetitive tasks, providing valuable insights, and improving decision-making, allowing HR teams to focus on more strategic initiatives.

Here, we’re going to explore the top AI tools for HR professionals.


On February 16, 2022, hireEZ, formerly known as Hiretual, secured $26M in funding led by Conductive Ventures. The rebranding highlights the company’s focus on outbound recruiting. “In these unprecedented times, recruiting has become an impossible task,” said founder and CEO Steven Jiang.

This AI-powered platform can be integrated with any tech stack. It helps recruiters source and pull data from multiple websites and platforms and offers access to over 750 million professional profiles and resumes, and engagement with email templates and insights.


ClickUp is a productivity platform and solution for HR professionals looking to automate tedious tasks, engage employees, and bring structure to their multiple workflows. The AI tool uses built-in role-specific prompts to analyse data, generate reports, and recommend potential solutions.

ClickUp Docs enables HR teams to store and manage all their knowledge at one place with access controls. The platform connects documents to workflows, visualises team tasks, plans events, and offers performance insights on its intuitive dashboard.

Zeb Evans and Alex Yurkowski founded it as an internal tool in 2017 before launching it publicly as a cloud-based productivity software. Initially headquartered in San Francisco, the company moved to San Diego in 2020. In 2021, ClickUp raised $400 million at a $4 billion valuation, and expanded to Europe with a Dublin office. It also opened an Asia Pacific headquarters in Sydney.


Personio’s AI-driven platform offers comprehensive solutions for managing employee records, benefits, and payroll by centralising HR processes and data. It also increases efficiency and accuracy, enabling HR professionals to focus on strategic initiatives and employee development.

It is designed to streamline and automate various HR processes for small and medium-sized enterprises.

Valued at $8.5 billion, the company emerged from a program of the CDTM. Its co-founders are Hanno Renner, Roman Schumacher, Arseniy Vershinin, and Jonas Rieke.


Clockwise is an AI-driven calendar optimisation platform that helps teams reclaim their time and improve productivity. By analysing calendars and scheduling patterns, it automatically schedules meetings to minimise interruptions and maximise focus time, enabling teams to work more efficiently and achieve better work-life balance.

By marking certain meetings as flexible, the AI can move them to times that cause the least disruption based on everyone’s preferences and schedules.

Matt Martin is the co-founder & CEO of Clockwise.


WorkRamp is a comprehensive LMS that enables organisations to create and deliver customised training programs. With features such as interactive content creation, assessments, and analytics, it empowers companies to onboard employees, develop skills, and drive performance improvement effectively.

It helps new hires get up to speed with company policies, procedures, and culture by creating and delivering training content for different teams or roles.

The world’s first learning cloud platform, it was founded in 2015 and is based in San Carlos, California. Ted Blosser, the company’s CEO and co-founder, leads the team in delivering innovative learning solutions.

Leena AI

This AI-powered HR chatbot streamlines HR processes, assists employees with common queries, and automates routine tasks. By doing so, it enables HR professionals to focus on strategic initiatives and employee engagement. Its key features include chatbot automation, integration with HR processes, automated task management, and the provision of analytics and insights.

Its goal is to enhance employee experience and support HR operations with intelligent automation. The CEO of Leena AI is Adit Jain. He co-founded the company in 2018 and leads its vision to transform HR and employee services through AI-powered solutions.

Zoho Recruit

Like many other platforms on our list, Zoho uses predictive analysis to fine-tune the hiring process. It offers job posting optimisation and automated resume screening to reduce the manual work during the hiring process. It can automatically parse CVs and extract key information such as skills, experience, and education.

The platform’s AI assistant and chatbot, Zia, acts as a matchmaker between you and your desired candidate, improving the overall recruitment experience. Its advanced machine learning algorithms identify hidden patterns within collected data to accurately forecast the best candidate matches in real-time.

Eilla AI

Eilla AI is an AI platform designed to power self-service options and responsive support. It provides insights and analytics to support strategic HR decisions and works with existing HR systems to streamline processes and data management.

Founded by Nikola Lazarov, Nikolay Babulkov and Petar Petrov, it automates HR tasks for businesses of all sizes, from startups to enterprises.

This platform is driven by AI technology, which is used to create documents with sensitive data, ensuring protection through masked documents or information replacement for private logs. Its key features are secure financial generative AI with fact-checking and accurate sensitive data protection.

Worksheets AI

The sheets are a set of structured templates and tools used for various professional purposes, primarily to facilitate the documentation and analysis of different processes or strategies. They play a major role in documenting and analysing business processes to identify inefficiencies and areas for improvement.

Used for strategic planning, goal setting, and tracking progress against business objectives, they assist in outlining project scopes, timelines, resource allocation, and risk management. They also help in assigning tasks, setting deadlines, and monitoring project progress.


It is a business intelligence software that leverages AI to establish a data-informed decision-making process. The platform aims to enable data visualisation for users who may not be too tech-savvy.

With JuiceBox, the HR team can automate the process of gathering data from multiple spreadsheets, such as employee records, performance reviews, and survey results.

The platform’s proprietary AI transforms complex datasets into contextual stories and reports.

These insights powered by natural language processing can reveal trends and patterns in staff performance, engagement, and satisfaction.

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