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Diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI)

Employers have a responsibility to be inclusive and diverse when it comes to hiring staff. They must ensure that plans are in place to address this during recruitment drives. DEI can affect how attractive you are as a company. It also affects how existing employees feel about the business. The University of Michigan’s diversity officer […]

Embedded Talent solutions

Recruitment is a fluid industry – it has to evolve to match the demands of the businesses it serves. Embedded talent solutions are the latest trend and Talent Works are making sure we’re ahead of the curve. How do ‘Embedded Talent solutions’ differ from other recruitment models? Embedded talent solutions share similarities with both RPO […]

EVP – Employee Value Proposition

What is an Employee Value Proposition (EVP)? An Employee Value Proposition (EVP), is the sum of all the things an employer offers to attract or retain talent. It’s more than just the ‘typical’ benefits of an opportunity such as salary, bonus, perks etc. It encompasses the culture, the work environment and what it’s like to […]

Tech talent recruitment: finding the right candidates for tech companies

Tech talent recruitment can be a difficult process with many aspects needing consideration; what are your organisation’s unique selling points and strengths? Do you have an attractive EVP? What skills are you targeting and where are the candidates you’re seeking most likely to be found?  To improve their tech talent recruitment efforts, organisations can make […]

Digital Onboarding: how to integrate new starters to your business

Now that working remotely is becoming the new norm, companies are having to adapt to this new way of working. One of the challenges of this, is how to integrate new starters to your business. Is there a way to do digital onboarding right? According to research by Glassdoor, companies with a strong onboarding process […]

How to create the culture of a flexible workplace

Flexible working is no new concept, but it’s something that has come to prominence in the last few years. Especially now that we’re all thinking about returning to work as normal as (hopefully) the end of the pandemic is in sight. Flexible working wasn’t always an option for employees, but with remote working being forced […]

What a CMO needs to know about employer branding

Marketing and employer branding are becoming intrinsically linked; if you’ve read any of our previous blogs, you’ll know this. The days of the employer brand being the sole responsibility of talent and HR teams are a thing of the past. Employer branding is evolving. To be successful in improving talent acquisition and retention strategies, it […]

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