It would seem to me that now would be a very good time for companies to carry on as if it was business as usual. Other than some cost containment and fewer people around, what has really changed? Organizations must continue to move forward with their strategic plans (albeit somewhat modified) and they should always include looking the skill sets you have today versus the skill sets you'll need tomorrow and get a talent plan in place that will address these needs in a timely manner.
Successfully identifying, cultivating, and maintaining talent pools are the keys to winning the race for talent in a global marketplace – HCI Whitepaper
Relationship Recruiting can best be defined as the development of long-term career/business relationships with higher performing individuals possessing the necessary skills and talents an organization deems critical to the success of their business. This includes both active and passive candidates, internal and external. It requires… Continue
We're all reading about massive layoffs and cost cutting measures but are companies really getting it right? I don't think so. It seems that HR Leadership (oxymoron?) is still making the "easy" decision regarding their talent inventory, that being Last In First Out (LIFO). Severance packages will be less and they don't have to deal with uncomfortable dismissal discussions with tenured employees. This is very short sighted and while they can stand up in front of their executive team and say "we… Continue
This really isn't a blog entry, it's more of a help me help a friend out. He is a senior exec with a medical device company and he is looking to hire about 10 people in the next year and wanted to partner with one or two niche firms.
I am recruiter and have professional organization in USA .
I have come to Toronto and will be leaving to Boston on Friday (Jan 16).
I would like to meet with you and share my experience and explore the opportunities in Canada.
Please inform me if anyone is interested in meeting with me.