Sarah Chester

The yearly round up – the 2018 edition

Last year was a big one for Talent Works. We won new clients, moved into new offices and taken on lots of new people. Let’s grab a cup of tea and take a look at what we got up to in 2018. After all, it’s been a pretty good year. We got creative with Asahi […]

What does the future of RPO look like?

It’s that time of year where everyone goes a bit Mystic Meg and starts predicting the future. Which got us thinking about RPO – how much it’s evolved over the years and where it might be heading. But before we look to the future, let’s go back into the mists of time, when RPO was […]

Why top employers use Facebook Instant Experiences in recruitment

Building your employer brand on social and digital media is not easy. It’s not so much the visibility that is hard to achieve – employers have got their recruitment marketing agencies generating ‘content’ like never before, some good, some not so good. But real audience engagement, beyond just your page impression stats – that’s the […]

The psychology of teams and why uniformity doesn’t work

We’re people, not machines This is a good thing and something that is fundamental for a productive, thriving workforce. Without difference in teams, ideas wouldn’t be born, created and implemented. So, next time you wish you were more logical or more creative, remember that it’s the interplay that makes everything possible. It needs the people […]

10 workplace stats you don’t want to miss – infographic

Open-plan offices are nothing new. They have been around for over a century but reached their height of popularity in the 1960s due to the growth of office-based jobs. This uniformed approach was considered an environment that would promote interaction and collaboration among colleagues. But, does every employee flourish in the same working environment? We’ve […]

What environments produce a happy workforce?

The average person will spend 90,000 hours at work over a lifetime, so the impact this environment can have on our outlook, on life and health, is massive. The average person spends a third of each and every day in their place of work, so the quality and associations of the workplace makes a real […]

Promoting your employer brand on Social media: a guide on what NOT to do

Social media is fast becoming the way candidates find out about your employer brand, with a staggering 68% of Millenials choosing to specifically visit company social channels to evaluate their employer brand prior to applying for a role. After the company website, the most visited site when researching a potential employer is their corporate Facebook […]

#ITK18: a preview from Paul Newnes

Here at Talent Works we are very excited by the response to our upcoming #ITK18 event on 5th June. We are working hard to ensure the content of this event is thought provoking and relevant to a set of recruitment challenges, and actionable both at strategic and practical levels. This first event is on the […]

A glimpse inside the ERE Recruiting Conference

The opening session at the ERE Enterprise Talent Acquisition: Recruiting that Scales conference was kicked off by Janice Bryant Howroyd – Founder and CEO ActOne Group, a global recruitment business. Breaking for a typical opening session, her keynote didn’t start with depressing statistics telling us about the war on talent, nor did it try to […]

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