Businesses in every industry often struggle to assemble the structure and overall workforce productivity to capitalize on rapidly shifting conditions and opportunities.
Often they find they need new talent delivery models, the people who can lead and contribute within those models, and guidance in making the transition to new ways of addressing the very important process of talent acquisition.
We provide services to help your business embrace change and strengthen performance through proactive approaches to improving most important process, talent acquisition. With the right talent - all other successes follow.
We can help you identify areas of talent acuisition improvement and add value to the broader organization.
Are you prepared for intense recruiting competition?
Are you talent people, processes and technologies able to manage your volume?
How does your employer brand stack up?
Does your brand recruit innovators?
What is your talent acquisition strategy - does it align to the business?
What KPI's matter?
Do you have the right resources and tools?
What is your social media strategy?
Insights We Appreciate
On average, every corporate job opening attracts 150+ applicants; only 4 to 6 of these people will be called for an interview; only 1 of those will be offered a job
There are 5 things job seekers take into account before accepting a job offer: 1) salary and compensation - 2) career growth opportunities - 3) work-life balance - 4) location/commute - 5) company culture and values
94 percent of sales professionals say that base salary is the most important element of their compensation plan; 62 percent of sales professionals say that commission is most important
45 percent of job seekers use their mobile devices to search for jobs at least once every day. 54 percent read company reviews from employees on their mobiles, while 52 percent research salary information
There are 3 things that most matter to Millennials in the companies they work for: 1) growth opportunities - 2) retirement benefits - 3) work culture
64 percent of Millennials would rather make $40K a year at a job they love than $100K a year at a job they think is boring
46 percent of Millennials left their last job due to lack of career growth
69 percent of job seekers would not take a job with a company that has a bad reputation--even if unemployed
More than 80% of applicants rate their career search experience as poor
What do employers look for before making an offer? About 36 percent look for multitasking skills; 31 percent look for initiative; 21 percent look for creative thinking; and 12 percent look for something else in the candidate
-Source: Inc, ERE, Google, LinkedIn, Monster, CareerBuilder, Forbes, Fortune, FastCompany, McKinsey&Company and Poise Inc