March 18th 2015

Welcome to the strengths revolution

This research report on the strengths revolution explores the benefits of strengths-based recruitment.

Strengths-based recruitment, also known as SBR, may be relatively new, but it’s already having a tangible impact on market-leading businesses – as highlighted by this in-depth study into this new recruitment approach. Are you ready for the strengths revolution?

This report looks at five companies that have made the switch from competency-based recruitment to strengths-based recruitment and charts their journey to this new type of process.

Topics explored in this research report include:
• What strengths-based recruitment is
• How and why strengths-based recruitment is different to how you currently recruit
• What are the gaps or weaknesses in your current recruitment process?
• Can SRB live up to its promises?
• What are the cost benefits of strengths-based recruitment?
• How has SRB reduced staff turnover for the companies in the study?

Here, you can download and view this report on the strengths revolution impacting the recruitment world. The full report is accessible for CRF members only. If you are not a member and are interested in discussing membership, please contact Richard Hargreaves on richard@crforum.co.uk.

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