Tag Archives: Talent Acquisition

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Recruiting overseas Filipino professionals can help organisations fill roles with high-quality talent.

By Michael Switow

Ron Oliver Santor, a full-stack software engineer with a resume built on fintech experience, left his home in Manila in 2018 to advance his career. The pay and opportunities seemed better in Singapore where he joined 200,000 of his countrymen, more than half of whom were professionals like himself.

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Talent Transformation

Learn how the 2020 Talent Acquisition Leader of the Year Award finalists are reinventing talent strategy at their organizations.

By Marta Chmielowicz

All business leaders agree: The most valuable asset organizations have is their talent. But acquiring talent with the right skill sets and cultural fit to build a long-term career with an organization is a monumental endeavor—one that our 2020 Talent Acquisition Leader of the Year Award nominees take on fearlessly and with enthusiasm. Their willingness to take risks, invest in their people, and implement innovative talent strategies drives their businesses to achieve success.

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To Greater Heights

The 2020 Most Admired Brand Award finalists are embracing their employees to propel their brands even further.

By Marta Chmielowicz

Employer branding is a must in today’s recruitment landscape. For the majority of organizations, developing a strong employer brand can help level the playing field when it comes to acquiring talent. In fact, LinkedIn reports that an organization’s employer brand is twice as likely to drive job consideration as its consumer brand.

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Growing with the Brand

Employer brand is a key element of a healthy talent pipeline. Here are four ways to find the best-fit talent.

By Marta Chmielowicz

Over the past six months, organizations have been forced to reassess their business strategies. Companies went into survival mode, implementing hiring freezes, layoffs, and furloughs to manage their business in a time of deep uncertainty. But now, the conversation is shifting from survival to growth and continuity in what may be the new normal —and HR leaders are left to consider how they can do more with less while preparing their businesses for the future.

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Focus on Flexibility

Deploying an adaptable TA strategy provides a competitive advantage in an uncertain market.

By Debbie Bolla

As market conditions continue to change, organizations that approach business decisions with adaptability and agility in mind will be better positioned to achieve their goals. A focus on flexibility allows businesses to stay ahead and be proactive during sudden changes. And this is no different for talent acquisition teams.

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HRO Today Educational Podcast Series – Episode 28: Appcast

Programmatic 101: The Key to Solving a Variety of Recruitment Problems
featuring Leah Daniels, SVP of Strategy, Appcast

As the world begins rebuilding after the initial effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, restaffing and revitalizing our workforces is top of mind for many HR departments. But how can you stand out in your recruitment efforts? The right combination of data, software and math may just be your answer.

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Finding Clarity in Crisis

An effective, tech-driven data and analytics strategy can help organizations stay ahead in a moment of uncertainty.

By Marta Chmielowicz

The COVID-19 pandemic introduced a period of fear and uncertainty that touched all aspects of daily life, forcing companies to shutter their doors, furlough employees, and implement hiring freezes to stay afloat. Although the world has come a far way from the shelter-in-place orders of March and April, businesses are still recovering, with HR leaders working diligently to adapt to the new normal and do more with less. Many are relying on people data and analytics for insights that can better guide them as they navigate each phase of the crisis.

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HR at the Helm

In a newly remote world, HR technology is enabling hiring teams to be more strategic.

By Marta Chmielowicz

In a moment of nationwide uncertainty, HR leaders are stepping up to provide safety and stability in their organizations. From communicating health and safety guidelines in the midst of a government-mandated shutdown to managing a newly-hybrid workforce, they have had to be more agile than ever, responding to unprecedented market conditions with new business models and talent strategies.

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The Changing Talent Landscape

COVID-19 is driving TA leaders to rethink recruitment strategies.

By Marta Chmielowicz

Just last year, talent shortages and unprecedented competition in the labor market were hot topics in the recruitment space. At the time, there were more than 7 million open requisitions across the U.S. and the national unemployment rate hovered at a low 3.5 percent. But the coronavirus pandemic flipped the job market upside down, driving widespread furloughs, hiring pauses, business closures, economic uncertainty, and an unemployment rate of 11 percent.

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