February 25th 2016

Identifying Critical Roles, Easier Said than Done!

Role differentiation constitutes the essence of developing an effective workforce strategy, starting with the identification of critical roles. However, definitions of what makes critical roles sometimes lack rigour and are not always well defined. Therefore, the identification of critical roles is easier said than done.

This white paper considers common traps and limitations in identifying critical roles, attempts to define ‘best practice’ approach and provide a model HR professionals can work with when defining critical roles in the organisation.

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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? Then download this compendium to read about different approaches from Cisco, B&Q, McDonald's, Microsoft, and many more!

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August 10th 2018

What, When, Why, and How? A Quick Guide to Job Analysis

What is job analysis and when should you conduct one? This one-pager will give you a comprehensive overview of job analysis, why use it and how to carry one out with maximum benefits for the organisation and HR.

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August 1st 2018

CRF Learning Programme: Integrated Talent Management (Programme Flyer)

Aimed at Heads of Talent and Senior HRBPs, this upcoming CRF Learning programme will equip attendees with knowledge on how to better develop talent insights and demonstrate talent management effectiveness.

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July 18th 2018

'Star Performers': Worth the Investment?

A critical business advantage of investing in good resourcing practices is that these practices help businesses to predict tomorrow’s star performers. Why are star performers so valuable to a business?

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July 9th 2018

Executive Summary: Resourcing - How HR's Core Competence is Evolving

Finding, developing and retaining the talent needed to execute strategy is a key business priority, and is an area where HR can make a substantial strategic contribution. Competition for top talent remains strong and companies are required to be more inventive in developing resourcing strategy. Access the executive summary of CRF's research - 'Resourcing - How HR's Core Competence is Evolving' - to discover key findings and recommendations.

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July 9th 2018

Resourcing - How HR's Core Competence Is Evolving

Are you looking to improve your recruitment strategy and win in the war for talent? Access the post-meeting review notes from CRF's workshop on resourcing to learn about the steps you can take to attract the people your organisations needs, how to select the most effective assessment tools, and how to link your resourcing strategy with your business strategy.

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