Great Expectations


Posted by Andy Curlewis - Director - Brand, Digital & Communications | talent communities
Posted on July 17th, 2012 at 2:20 pm

Not since Pip left Jo Gargery’s forge have there been expectations as great as those that abound the notion of communities and talent pools in finding and engaging talent. Well OK that’s not strictly true – decisive Eurozone action and England’s Football #feartheball team may shade it – but when it comes to resourcing and talent management today, there’s an increasing tendency to view communities as a silver bullet to today’s challenges.
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Fear and truth in Resourcing


Posted by Andy Curlewis - Director - Brand, Digital & Communications | talent communities, Talent management
Posted on March 1st, 2012 at 5:13 pm

Understanding your talent value proposition, finding great talent, hiring it and then keeping it isn’t getting any easier. Or is it?
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The engaging community


Posted by Nicola Longland - Business Unit Director | talent communities
Posted on January 4th, 2012 at 11:24 am

Sure, job boards have their place, particularly when it comes to volume hiring or the sourcing of talent for relatively easily filled vacancies. But what happens when you’re faced with sourcing talent for specialist or niche roles where candidates aren’t exactly hanging around? Seemingly endless searches through CV databases are equivalent to the hunt for a needle in a haystack and desperately seeking referrals with the time ticking away looks, well, desperate. So do you have any alternative in such circumstances but to turn to the potentially expensive services of a recruitment agency?
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