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 these post-meeting review notes from CRF's workshops in London and Paris - 'Resourcing - How HR's Core Competence Is Evolving' - to learn about the steps you can take to improve your organisation's resourcing strategy.
The notes summarise key take-aways from the events and CRF's research report on resourcing. In addition, the notes include key messages from case studies presented at the events - Unilever, Red Bull, Citi Group, Shell and Thales.
Topic covered in this discussion include:
• Ways in which resourcing strategies are changing
• How social media and digital tools are being used
• Improving the connection between business strategy and resourcing
• How the candidate experience can be improved
• The importance of investing in the employer brand
• Creating more diverse pipelines
Download the full notes below to see more of CRF’s research results on resourcing and how it can most effectively be aligned with wider business strategy.
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