For scaling businesses that may experience large-scale growth quickly and suddenly, a talent pool could be a vital tool to have at your disposal. It means you don’t have to pause and take time to plan for these new hires when you’ve been given the green light; you can reach out to your interested candidates. You don’t even need to have vacancies available. If you’re strategic, you can build a talent pool by promoting your employer brand and engaging suitable candidates for when roles become available.
Building a talent pool, particularly during times where you’re unable to recruit, has countless advantages to your business. It can help you to find top talent, reduce recruitment costs and even speed up the time to hire when roles become available. Building a talent pool of head-hunted candidates, referred candidates, direct applicants and individuals who […]
Are you using your time in lockdown to your business’ advantage? Whilst this is an unpredictable and overwhelming time, it could also be the ideal time to work on your business and open your mind to new ideas. There’s never been a better time to assess your organisation to help you to prepare for life […]
Have you ever been in a meeting in which people keep throwing around an acronym, and you have no idea what it means? As the meeting goes on, it seems like you’ve left it far too long to ask. Post-meeting, you take to Google to try and work out what on earth everyone was talking […]
Diversity agendas are less advanced than we thought Fewer organisations have a formal diversity strategy compared with previous years. That’s the surprise finding from the latest joint CIPD and Hays Resourcing and Talent Planning survey. It seems the problem with workplace diversity agendas runs deeper than initially meets the eye. For our upcoming white paper, […]