Tag Archives: Hiring

Quantity and Quality

RPO

How today’s technology helps tackle the challenges of high-volume hiring.

By Debbie Bolla

Hiring 25,000 people for a short period of time, in a short period time is no easy feat, but it’s a reality for many organizations. Industries including retail, hospitality, outdoor services, and security are innately prone to high-volume hiring periods in which organizations need to ramp up staff quickly and efficiently. Faced with a large hiring volume, these organizations are seeking both quantity and quality.

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Measure What Matters

Recruitment Process Outsourcing

Organizations with high-volume hiring periods will benefit if they zero in on a few strategic metrics.

By Debbie Bolla

For organizations that hire thousands of customer-facing candidates at time, a few key reports and measurements can make a big difference to future hiring cycles.

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Spearheading Hiring

HRO Today

gategroup’s Director of Talent Michael Spear drives game-changing results with his workforce planning tool.

By Debbie Bolla

When Michael Spear, director of talent acquisition and development for gategroup, accepted his award for Talent Acquisition Leader of the Year for Innovation at the 2017 HRO Today Forum in Chicago, he said:

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AI as an Enabler

HR Outsourcing

New tech tools can help HR improve hiring processes.

By Michael Switow

Before he joined Allegis Global Solutions, Paul Martin applied for a job at an Australian bank. He thought he was more than qualified for the role, but months went by without any word from the company. After four months, Martin received an automated email stating that he did not get the role. As an HR professional, he understood the requisition was closed and that companies use automated technologies to reply to applicants. But the fact that a formatted letter was the only communication he received left a bitter aftertaste.

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The Role of the Recruiter

The Role of the Recruiter in APAC

Three trends impacting how HR teams approach talent acquisition.

By Michael Switow

Set against a backdrop of a global war for talent—and leveraging 21st century tools such as smart data, targeted communication, machine learning, and gamification—talent acquisition teams increasingly customise the candidate experience in order to create more successful outcomes.

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Closing the Talent Gap

Talent Gap

Organizations are using data and analytics to get ahead of succession and hiring planning.

By Audrey Roth

Long gone are the days when succession and hiring planning were considered cutting-edge HR. Today, both initiatives are essential components to the overall talent management strategy. When executed efficiently, talent gaps will be minimized, and all employees from the entry-level to the C-suite will understand their path to success within the company. Succession planning frequently focuses on senior-level roles, which is certainly a necessity, but lack of a broader organizational strategy can lead to lower levels of engagement and higher levels of attrition.

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A Clear View

HR Outsourcing

Total workforce solutions allow organizations to zero in on their most important asset: talent.

By Debbie Bolla

In recent years, HR and talent acquisition leaders have become more and more accountable for the workforce. They often have ownership of not just the people who organizations hire, but also how they perform.

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The Uncharted Organization

HR Outsourcing

Five trends set to impact recruiting and leadership in 2018.

By Jamie Hoobanoff

Businesses of all sizes and in all sectors are entering uncharted territory as they face an unprecedented rate of economic, technological, and societal change. While industries have gone through disruptions in the past, the forces at work in more recent years are rapidly shifting, calling for companies to be even more adaptive and innovative in their approach to recruitment and hiring.

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