Recruitment and HR can help close the talent gap through talent optimisation; a step-by-step process that embraces data and intelligent design to align your people strategy with the organisation’s overall business goals. But what does it mean to be strategic in recruiting, why is it so important, and how can talent optimisation help achieve this?
Traditional onboarding processes are clunky, paper-based, and fail to keep new-starters engaged in the crucial period between signing the contract and their first day at work. We explore the benefits of digital onboarding platforms and how they can improve your candidate experience.
An organisation’s best talent source may be its own people. Mobilising your staff not only has the potential to save recruiters time and money, it can improve employee morale, engagement, and productivity. James Hu, Global HR Strategy Manager at Unilever, explains how to successfully facilitate talent mobility in your business.
Kristyn Haywood, an expert in leadership education and design thinking for HR leaders, outlines why organisations should focus on employee centricity, and advises HR leaders on how to adopt design thinking practices for better business outcomes.
No organisation can keep its entire staff busy all the time. But what if there was a way to capitalise on the cost of employees during idle periods? Talent loaning is a smart solution that benefits all parties.
Talent rediscovery software use AI technology to quickly and accurately screen previous job applicants for open roles, saving recruiters both time and money, while increasing candidate engagement and experience.
Business-critical data is growing at a rapid pace, and organisations leveraging that data in their workplace decision-making hire better, faster and more efficiently. But what data can help and how to use it?
These days it’s common practice to use social media platforms to review candidates in the hiring process. Assessing an applicant’s online profile, however, does come with a hidden set of dangers. Here’s what you need to be aware of.
Companies need to change the way they think about hiring or else they risk being left behind, says Greg Savage, a corporate recruitment advisor with nearly 40 years’ experience. Here, the man behind The Savage Truth explains why proactive hiring is the only way to go.