Global organizations by necessity have large career sites. What they shouldn’t have is an unnavigable maze that frustrates job seekers.
“We’re going to need 400 hires of varying skills and experience to be trained and ready to deploy in six months to run our new plant location in southern California—and by the way, we have never operated in this market, so company recognition may be a challenge.”
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.
The talent industry is facing a major shift to reinvent itself. We are moving to a new era where companies need to work and operate with increased speed and agility, along with more efficiency, to predict solutions for problems before they occur.
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.