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Employee Engagement Begins at the Talent Acquisition Phase

With Darren Findley and Kim Shepherd

In recent years, there has been an increased focus on employee engagement -and for good reason. Recent research from PwC shows that organizations with engaged employees have 2.5 times performance and business-related outcomes; 33 percent higher profit; and 27 percent lower absenteeism. It has become critical for an organization to think about how they engage candidates, says Kim Shepherd, Chairwoman of Decision Toolbox and Darren Findley, President, Recruitment Solutions for Engage2Excel. In fact, they protest engagement should begin during the hiring process. Here they share ways to engage with talent and the benefits hiring teams will achieve.

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