ROI – Return on intelligence – a sure fire thing in recruitment…

Posted by Ian Price - Business Unit Director | recruitment, strategic planning, Talent management, Workforce Planning
Posted on September 30th, 2011 at 10:16 am

Planning, forecasting, workforce analysis, headcount prediction, manpower planning and plenty more. Even the plethora of expressions

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illustrates the uncertainty around whether people needs can be forecast and how accurate this can be – never mind whether that can be used to make recruitment more effective.
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Communicating the strategy


Posted by Julie Copperthwaite - Director, Life Sciences | business strategy, strategic planning, Talent management
Posted on September 27th, 2011 at 11:19 am

Quarter 4 tends to be the time of year when organisations begin their business review process, reflecting on the past year and brainstorming their strategies for the future. For those relatively rare players that have them in place, they’ll also be reviewing their 3-5 year plans and building the roadmap to achieve them. However far ahead a company is trying to reach they’ll need to be considering goals and objectives, and possibly more importantly, the talent that will be required to achieve them.
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Wake up and smell the coffee


Posted by Helena Parry - Market Development Director | HR Network, HR transformation
Posted on September 21st, 2011 at 4:08 pm

Every year Ochre House stages its flagship symposium of key thinkers in HR at the clubhouse of the world famous Wentworth golf club. So while club members spend a carefree day strolling the fairways in the sunshine, some of the most ambitious heads of HR in EMEA sit inside wrestling with the ever growing challenges their profession is facing. If nothing else you’ve got to admire their resolve and their communal ability to resist temptation.
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Unemployment is high, therefore organisations will have more candidates to choose from?

Posted by Karen Harrison - Business Unit Director | candidate attraction, recruitment, Skills gap
Posted on September 9th, 2011 at 1:13 pm

The headlines are not easy to miss: “unemployment rate at 7.9%”, “2.494m people out of work”, “redundancies are up (32,000)”, “vacancies are down (22,000)”, therefore companies should be inundated with candidates looking for work. Yes…however, many organisations are finding it harder and harder to find the talent they need to grow their businesses in a time where there is increasing uncertainty about growth prospects in both the UK and global economies.
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The All Blacks – a timeless reminder that talent is not enough!


Posted by Damien Stork - Director | Talent management
Posted on September 6th, 2011 at 3:02 pm

When the Rugby World Cup kicks off this Friday, the All Blacks are once again odds-on favourites to win (by some margin). It is widely accepted that they possess the most talented individuals globally, and have done so for at least the past 25 years. They have the leading brand, the most attractive product and indeed the most passionate of followers. If you were to pick a world team at any time during the past quarter century, it is likely that they would provide 12 of the 15 players. So why have they not won the World Cup since the inaugural event in 1987?
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Whilst the case for adopting a strategic and high-touch approach to permanent recruitment and the value it can bring is widely accepted, contingent recruitment is all too often viewed as a ‘necessary evil’.
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