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Hitting Your Hiring Targets: Achieving More with Less

July 22, 2021
Hitting Your Hiring Targets: Achieving More with Less

Traditional recruitment strategies have become outdated. The never ending cycle of winning, develop and retaining talent is increasingly difficult as competition grows and budgets become stretched. The modern way of recruiting needs to be bold, flexible, fast-paced, and, most of all, exciting. Those who aren’t able to adapt will quickly fall behind and lose their competitive advantage with job seekers.

At our latest virtual event, we heard case study presentations and insights from Wayfair, Nationwide, EE, BAE Applied Intelligence and Oliver on how you can hit your hiring targets with simple changes in your recruitment processes that will set you up for success.Our founder Leo Harrison was joined by:

  1. Corey Archard, Associate Director for Talent Acquisition (Asia & Europe) at Wayfair
  2. Toby Thwaites, Operations Director - Technology (Delivered by Chapter2)
  3. Amina Folarin, Chief Inclusion and People Officer at Inside Ideas Group LTD

Topics Discussed:

✔ How to grow your organisation with the right people, quickly

✔ Building flexibility into your talent model✔ Future-proofing your processes for scaling teams

✔ Tools and technologies to source, attract and convert top candidates✔ Reducing advertising and agency spend

✔ Elevating your Employer Brand with authentic content…and much more!

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