Executives say they feel constant pressure to evolve their organizations. Chief human resources officers (CHROs) have one of the most crucial roles in this ongoing thrust toward rapid transformation: they must find, develop and keep the right talent to overcome organizational inertia and keep the company moving forward. The IBM Institute for Business Value interviewed […]
Many manufacturers struggle with finding and recruiting the credentialed labor they need in the right volumes and locations. They compete with manufacturers and companies in other industries searching for candidates in limited talent pools.
Talent acquisition is evolving out of necessity to keep up with the accelerated pace of business and to react to the increasingly competitive and complex talent market.
New hire experience is critical to the success of the talent acquisition function and to the business. Research supports the fact that the new hire experience is linked to new hire engagement, performance and retention, ultimately impacting team and business performance.
Diversity and inclusion goals for talent acquisition leaders are nothing new. It has become standard for TA to have targets related to diversity of candidate slates and hires.
The first blog in this series discussed how Digital Transformation is forcing HR and TA organizations to rethink their workforce skills mix, and how they can use technology and enhanced experiences to find, engage, attract and onboard the talent required to drive business success.
With the fall of the price of oil and a larger percentage of the population under the age of 40, governments in the Gulf Region are imposing stricter restrictions on expatriate visas while pushing nationalization agendas.