- Scalability and agility to meet business demands;
- Improving performance results including quality of hire and satisfaction;
- Cost reduction; and
- Access to talent management and consulting capabilities.
Ericsson is no stranger to changing with the times. The communications tech company has gone through several iterations during its 140-year history—from producing mechanical to electrical switchboards to electronic solutions and today’s mobile systems. The organisation is always trying to get ahead of the latest technology, and having the best talent at its fingertips is critical to achieving this goal.
Ericsson is one of the largest software companies in the world, with more than 100,000 employees in more than 180 countries. With its recent expansion into the services and customised software market, the organisation needed to rethink its talent acquisition strategy in order to get ahead of competitors.
“We were already going through a transformation as a company, moving into software and services,” recalls Gunjan Aggarwal, former global head of talent acquisition, M&A, and HR for Ericsson.
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CHROs and talent acquisition leaders are the driving forces behind a company’s culture and productivity. The processes of finding, selecting, and managing employees are never simple, but thanks to the vision of great HR leaders, organisations have the ability to attract and retain top talent at all levels. The 2017 CHRO of the Year EMEA and Talent Acquisition Leader of the Year EMEA finalists have taken the necessary steps to accomplish this for their organisations, and these awards honour their great work and accomplishments.
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