Retention

Becoming Talent First - Understanding Your Skills Framework

Can you currently effectively identify and address your talent and skills gap?

In an evolving world of work, the only constant is the change that comes with it. The role of talent has been revolutionised by the use of data but still, we hear about talent functions not truly understanding their current business situation before trying to develop.

Where does your current focus lie within your talent journey? Is there more focus on recruitment than retention? Do you have an understanding of your current talent infrastructure?

Becoming Talent First - Understanding Your Skills Framework

How can you effectively identify and address your talent and skills gap?

In an evolving world of work, the only constant is the change that comes with it. The role of talent has been revolutionised by the use of data but still, we hear about talent functions not truly understanding their current business situation before trying to make the next steps.

The Rise of the Talent Intelligence Platform

Recruiting is an important and complex function. In a growing economy, your company “becomes the people you hire,” so your ability to find, attract, and select the best candidates is critical. Despite the pandemic, recruiting is again becoming a challenge. In January 2021 more than 15 million jobs were open in the U.S., up almost 13% from one year ago. Our pandemic response study showed that companies that hired well in 2020 have significantly outperformed their competition.

Is your Employer Branding destroying your Recruiter Experience? by Ben Gledhill

I know what you are thinking as I am thinking it too. Not another Employer Branding article. Hear me out.

Anyone who has been reading my blogs of late has noticed my new “thing”; Recruiter Experience. My theory being that if we look after the Recruiter Experience (things such as scalability, agility, tools, tech, process, allocation etc) and Hiring Manager Experience (relationships, coaching, visibility etc) then the holy grail that is Candidate Experience should look after itself.

Common sense, right?