CATAAlliance would like to share with Canada’s innovation community a Talent Recruitment Guide to help organizations successfully address their recruitment and retention challenges in order to help find best talent, engage their interest, hire them, and ensure retention.
The Guide is authored by David Perry, CATA Chief Talent Officer & CEO, Perry-Martel International and is entitled, “An Inside-Outside Approach to Talent Recruitment.”
Please note that the 19 pg Guide, is provided to you on a complimentary basis, when you answer a one question Survey, asking ” What is your biggest recruitment challenge?”
Please go here for your Survey Form link, answer our one question and then receive your complimentary copy of the Study: https://goo.gl/forms/BhpP9jci2EwREYG03
6 Recruitment Phases (14 Steps)
The goal in an executive search isn’t to find the best talent currently looking for work, or at least it shouldn’t be. What it should be: finding the best talent, period. And herein lies the recruiting challenge: the best talent isn’t looking for work. They already have jobs – good jobs.
Business leaders know that companies with great executive talent significantly outperform their competitors. So, it should come as no surprise that the competition for talent is fierce. Additionally, globalization, attrition, and changing demographics have led to a scarcity of talent. All this to say that effective recruiting is now at the core of what builds competitive advantage.
The Inside-Out Approach helps organizations to successfully address the recruiting challenge. With the Inside-Out system, an organization will be able to find the very best, engage their interest, hire them, and ensure they stick around. Inside-Out is helping organizations turn recruiting into a competitive advantage generator.
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