March 18th 2015

Welcome to the strengths revolution

The benefits of strengths-based recruitment experienced by five top companies.

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December 20th 2018

Speed Read: Assessing Potential

This Speed Read summarises key messages from CRF's research report of the same name. Find out how to define 'potential' and why it is important, as well as how to use the right tools and design an appropriate process for its assessment.

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  • Talent
  • People Strategy
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December 10th 2018

Speed Read: Rethinking Talent Management

CEOs consistently rank talent development as a top priority. However, research finds that there is generally low satisfaction with talent development capabilities within the business. Read this Speed Read to explore what organisations can do to better connect talent management practices with the overall business strategy.

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  • Talent
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November 13th 2018

The Future of Jobs, Work and Working

What are the forces shaping the future of work and careers? In this CRF report, we take a look at the trends shaping the future of jobs in 2018 - economic, demographic and technological changes influencing future talent needs today. Recommendations for HR professionals are also discussed.

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  • Talent
  • HR & Organisation Effectiveness
  • People Strategy
  • Analytics & Evaluation
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October 30th 2018

The C-Suite Is Wrong

This presentation take a deep-dive into current workforce statistics in the UK and globally to highlight potential risk areas for workforce planning strategies. The key message? We can't recruit our way out of the workforce crisis (and automation will not help us either).

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  • Talent
  • People Strategy
  • HR & Organisation Effectiveness
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October 15th 2015

A question of balance – managing recruitment risk

This report sheds light on the different types of risk involved in organisations’ recruitment practices. It finds that when the biggest risks materialise, the consequences can be as or more ruinous as a major security breach or regulatory violation. The report also examines how some organisations are seeking to minimise recruitment risk.

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  • Risk & Governance
  • Talent
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October 15th 2015

Executive Summary: A question of balance – managing recruitment risk

This report sheds light on the different types of risk involved in organisations’ recruitment practices. It finds that when the biggest risks materialise, the consequences can be as or more ruinous as a major security breach or regulatory violation. The report also examines how some organisations are seeking to minimise recruitment risk.

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  • Risk & Governance
  • Talent
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