Industry 4.0 and the Implications for HR



Industry 4.0 and the Implications for HR


HR leaders now find themselves at the forefront of organisational decision-making: driving technology absorption, fostering innovation, enabling new work models and simultaneously attracting, retaining and developing the workforce of the future.

HR leaders now find themselves at the forefront of organisational decision-making: driving technology absorption, fostering innovation, enabling new work models and simultaneously attracting, retaining and developing the workforce of the future.



75% increase in Candidate Experience


With EVA’s powerful outcome-driven RPA workflows, candidates are given real-time status updates immediately there is a status change across a vacancy pipelines or existing workflow.

3X increase in placements per month


EVA automates admin and time-consuming tasks, so the Semester team focus on high-value activities. The team focuses on business dev and cultivating relationships with relevant and qualified candidates.

90% of Active Candidates ‘Self-Serve’


EVA’s 24/7 self-service candiate portal facilities on-demand candidate

EVA.ai – Powering HR 4.0


This White Paper aims to support business leaders and Human Resources (HR) teams as they strive to define new people strategies in the digital economy, also known as the Fourth Industrial Revolution or Industry 4.0. This body of work, explores the fundamental pillars of Industry 4.0 and from the perspective of HR – framing the concept of HR 4.0.

We also outline practical applications of HR 4.0 within enterprise organisations, highlighting the challenges and wider benefits of embracing an ‘automation-first’ mindset.