August 13th 2018

Case Notes Compendium – Resourcing

Are you interested in different examples of how businesses are responding to the challenges of strategic resourcing in today’s competitive, global, and technology-driven landscape? The purpose of this Case Notes Compendium is to bring together examples from international organisations leading the way in different aspects of recruitment strategy. We specifically focus on:

  • resourcing strategy
  • job analysis
  • employer branding and candidate attraction
  • assessment and selection
  • integration of people processes
  • assessor training
  • implications for diversity and inclusion

The examples are drawn from CRF’s 2018 research report: 'Resourcing – How HR’s Core Competence is Evolving'.

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