Digital Transformation has brought several changes in our lives, changes in technology, processes, workflow, communication, and even overall services and products. But more changes will come in the near future due to millennials getting active in the workforce environment.
Future of Work
The Business Transformation Network recently hosted an event on ‘Strategic Talent Acquisition in the Digital Age: An HRD's Perspective’ in partnership with VONQ. VONQ offers smart recruitment marketing solutions to help recruiters target the right talent.
The conversation was varied, touching on a wide variety of points around the following questions:
What is strategic Talent Acquisition in a digital age and how is it different?
Companies are suffering from growing pains, especially within the HR space...
Finding talent is difficult especially when the goal posts are constantly moving and digital transformation is making everything move quicker than it ever has before.
Workforces will soon be managing 5 generations of people, who will be working together for the first time ever, but there's still a skills shortage.
What can organisations do to succeed in a future that is ever changing, and can they do it fast enough?
I was reminded yesterday that in 2020, the World Wide Web will be 30 years old. That’s all. Only 30.
And look what it’s already achieved! Just in the last few years it’s blown our minds with digitisation; Big Data; artificial intelligence; the Internet of Things; cloud-based everything…. It’s changed everything we do in IT, usually on an annual basis.
So in preparation for the Big Three-Oh, how will our jobs have to change? Here’s my take on the job description we’ll all need in just two and a half years’ time….
So what were Employsure’s business objectives for using our technology?
• Hire people who will stay and perform.
• Accelerate sales growth through reducing time to hire.
• Decrease direct and indirect cost of hiring in the recruitment process through the use of technology.
Our growth ambition is high. Growth comes from hiring great people who stay and achieve exceptional results. UsingPredictiveHire’s technology helps us to do that efficiently. Michael Morris, Head of Talent
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We are seeing an exciting trend in recent months as more client organisations structure their people vision alongside innovative and practical deployment plans that are very specifically matched to their business goals.
Over recent years, businesses have been focused on cost utilisation and spend, understandably given the economic environment we've been in.