I’ve worked in the Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) industry for almost 20 years, so it may seem strange that I’m sharing a list of reasons not to partner with an RPO provider.
The explosion of technology has opened the eyes of the HR industry to seemingly limitless possibilities. While the art of the possible is fascinating, it’s time for a pragmatic discussion of available technology.
Advancements in cognitive technology allow companies to better analyze predictive data, but low-tech behavioral science techniques and culture research are still essential to successful talent acquisition.
The goal and intent of the recruiting process hasn’t changed in the past 50 years, but everything else has. And the reality is that the traditional model of talent acquisition is a fundamental misfit in the current reality.
Recruiters understand that passive candidates do, in fact, keep an ear to the ground about job opportunities. They may not have embarked on a job hunt — filling out applications and submitting their resumes — but they’re aware of what’s happening in other departments and companies.
Changing workforce demographics are set to have a major impact on energy and utility (E&U) companies. As much as 38% of the E&U workforce will be eligible for retirement in the next five years.
One of the biggest challenges facing global talent acquisition leaders is accurately measuring the value that their work contributes to the success of their business.
Andrew Bercich serves as a Solutions and Sales Executive with IBM Talent Acquisition Optimization supporting the Healthcare, Life Sciences and Government sectors. His diverse talent acquisition experience enables him to design optimal client solutions.
Losing quality applicants because they don’t fit your current openings is a common talent acquisition problem. You need to nurture relationships with interested candidates, keeping them engaged with your organization until the perfect-fit opening comes along.
Passive candidates aren’t as passive as you think: 90 percent of global professionals admit they are interested in hearing about job opportunities.