Recruiting Process Support for In-House Recruitment

Stop the insanity and change the model, now!

Stop the insanity and change the model, now!

By on Dec 29, 2015 in New Posts, News, Time Management | 0 comments

Why now? Because tomorrow it will be too late. Access to talent remains a critical priority for most organizations while the processes for acquiring talent continues to be an on-going challenge. In spite of billions of dollars spent annually, surveys continue to report general dissatisfaction with recruiting quality, time, and cost as statistics point out chances of...

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A survey of the surveys and 3 things to learn from them

A survey of the surveys and 3 things to learn from them

By on Dec 23, 2015 in Best Practices, Intelligence, New Posts | 0 comments

‘Tis the season. As the 2016 calendars arrive in the mail, it’s also the season for the publication of recruitment survey reports, predictions and general crystal-ball gazing about the world of work. Reading the surveys, I became curious about whether there are any really new underlying themes in them. Survey results often appear to be similar to what we have read...

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If you stay ready, you don’t have to get ready!

If you stay ready, you don’t have to get ready!

By on Dec 17, 2014 in Best Practices, Time Management | 0 comments

Accounting, consulting and law firms tend to hire talent when the need is pressing. In fact, this is a common practice among all professional services firms. Only when the market has clearly recovered will they begin to add headcount. As client work rolls in, they rush to find talent, bring it in the door, often pushing them out to client projects very quickly.

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