With decades of experience in the Talent Acquisition industry, Talent Function created the following Matrix to illustrate the market landscape by product type.
Resources & Articles
By Elaine Orler on recruitingtrends.com
Whenever I’m asked to describe talent acquisition, my go-to phrase is “choregraphed chaos.” At first it can sound negative or perhaps even judgmental, but that couldn’t be further from the truth. So many organizations today are under pressure to deliver higher, better, faster results to the business, yet with little to no flexibility in resource models, additional budget and/or the right technology. When someone can master the art of limited resources and strained models with the science of the right talent at the right time for the right price, it’s nothing short of a miracle, at least in my book.
By Elaine Orler, on recruitingtrends.com
I don’t know about you, but I’m stunned to realize that we’re already halfway through 2018. It seems as if it was just yesterday that we were enjoying the Ideas & Innovators session at last year’s Recruiting Trends & Talent Tech conference.
The I&I general session—among the most consistently popular RTTT sessions—consists of practitioners and experts from the world of recruiting giving fast-paced, five-minute long presentations (with each presenter accompanied by 20 PowerPoint slides timed to advance automatically) on an idea or innovation that they believe will strengthen or even revolutionize the talent-acquisition process. Some strong ideas were put forward during last year’s session that merit revisiting as we round the first half of 2018.