If there is anything organisations have learnt from the Covid-19 pandemic it is that flexibility is key. Even before we found ourselves in lockdown, most organisations would acknowledge that steady, regular recruitment volumes year in year out with no fluctuations was unusual. Be it a
In rapidly changing industries and marketplaces, managing talent flexibly keeps companies lean and competitive. For many organisations, this means that a robust contingent strategy is key to agility. The term contingent workforce is used to describe a group of workers who are engaged by organisations
Suzanne Chadwick, Director of Employer Brand (APAC), discusses brand ambassadors, your most undervalued employer brand resource. Scroll down for the complete text. Employer brand ambassadors: empower the team to share their best stories Let’s talk Employer Brand Ambassadors. Whenever we do a strategy with a
Without question, one of the most inspiring speakers of HRD Summit UK proved to be Eric Hutcherson, Chief Human Resources Officer for the National Basketball Association (NBA). Delivered with high energy, Eric’s presentation revealed how to create lasting cultural transformation. If you missed this hugely
What can we expect of the talent world in 2020? Asia-Pacific CEO Kimberley Hubble recently spoke with Shortlist, one of the region’s leading talent publications. During the interview, Kimberley talked about transforming the candidate and hiring manager experience. She also spoke about taking customer-centricity to
The use of chatbots in recruitment and other AI tools is expected to grow exponentially in the coming years. According to LinkedIn’s 2018 Global Recruiting Trends report, 35 percent of talent professionals say AI is the top trend in hiring. Many companies use AI chatbots
Talent leaders in Sydney: Want to discover the impact of candidate experience on your corporate brand, reputation, and ROI? Gain these insights by joining us for breakfast and a panel discussion featuring our very own Nicki McCulloch, Director of Client Solutions, Australia and New Zealand.
Innovative recruitment can be a major influence on competitive advantage. When talent strategies lack innovation, this can make your recruitment process less effective and more costly. A lack of recruitment innovation also bears on an organisation’s ability to stand out in a crowded marketplace for great
Recruitment strategies often headline workforce planning conversations. Just ask Kimberley Hubble, CEO for Hudson RPO in APAC. As a trusted recruitment leader with more than 25 years of industry experience, Kimberley regularly consults with business leaders about fundamental considerations for HR and the wider organisation.
In finance, digital change is widespread. Top tech talent has never been more important to this space. Yet, the financial services sector often struggles to hire the most skilled tech specialists. This is a huge problem, and it must be addressed. To gain a deeper