Matt Alder is joined by Ben Gledhill (Yodel), Megan Butler (Cognition X) & Andrew Soane (Accenture) in his 200th Recruiting Future podcast live at RecFest 2019. This podcast; Recruiting Automation had some wide-ranging discussion with some valuable, expert insights from the guests.
Katrina Hutchinson-O’Neill explored the myths of the ‘state of the nation’ for in-house recruitment in 2019. In this engaging session we will look at the models, tech and worry beads your counterparts in other companies are using today.
David D’Souza kicked off the RL100 stage with an insightful discussion into the world of work. At times, if you are to get change and disruption right you must have your foot near the break.
Sonia Sudhakar spoke on the RL100 stage about The Guardians turbulent journey in engaging their employees hearts and minds in order to deliver their vision. How do you reduce headcount & costs but increase revenue & readership whilst still improving your employee satisfaction results and attracting the best talent to achieve their goals.
Richard Collins (CEO & Co-Founder @ ClickIQ) and Chris Wray (Group Head of Recruitment Strategy @ Sainsbury’s) joined forces once more to talk about what an automated recruitment function might look like. This chat pits Cyborgs and recruiters as one – automate and enhance recruiters, don’t need to replace them.
Richard Bradley (Kelly Services), Jack Parsons (Big Youth Group), Dan Richards (EY), Johnny Campbell (Social Talent) & Nicola Brentnall (Queen’s Commonwealth Trust) form this illustrious panel centred around #Talent!
Jacob Binkin (Debut), Stephanie Bishop (Capgemini) & Pete Ward (LTSAB) spoke all about early talent attraction. They discussed; solving the structural imbalance at higher education levels. The increasing importance of responsibility and character & looked at a leading graduate employer’s approach to social mobility.
Using data from all around the world, Spyros Magiatis & Rob Long of #Workable address the mystery around AI and how it impacts the recruitment and HR industries. Where are we now with the capabilities of AI and where is it going? This pairing address the elephant in the room on the ethics and bias […]
Valeria Ignatieva (Work180) is joined by Peter Hogg & Siobhan Kelly-Bush (Schneider Electric) to discuss best practice hiring into ‘next’ practice hiring. How you can leverage your employer branding for diversity hiring – “Women don’t apply for these roles” – Myth, or fact?
The nature of work is changing and so are the demands we make of our people. It’s not easy to define the nature of a role in a volatile and uncertain working environment and it’s an even bigger question to ask whether the right person for the role will still be the right person in […]
Launchpad interviewed five RL100 members who have either recently undergone recruitment transformation or are in the midst of change! As the world around us evolves rapidly, businesses need to keep up with the pace of change to ensure they stay ahead of the competition. This often means major transformation projects – which undoubtedly have implications […]
Robin Stander spoke on the main stage of #RecFest 2019. Robin broke down the complexities of AI and discusses the reasons why recruiters should embrace AI as part of their TA strategy. We’ll also discover how AI is being used to improve the relevancy of matching an in turn driving an enhanced candidate experience, whilst […]
The Recruitment Events Co. (TREC) has appointed Joe Slavin as Non-Executive Director effective today. The move represents yet another chapter in a nearly 16 year relationship that began when Joe hired Jamie Leonard as the Ad Agency Development Manager at Monster.co.uk in 2003 The relationship was maintained and enhanced as Jamie and Joe ventured forth […]
Russell Dalton spoke on the Disrupt stage about how artificial intelligence, is here – and is here to stay. Russell was joined by Jason Gracey who spoke about how the implementation of Genius ATS is shaping the resourcing of JCB.
Kirstie Kelly spoke about the impact that the four-day week had on the RecEvents team. Kirstie talks about productivity in the workplace and how it is sustainable and healthy to shift your company to working less hours.
Samar Birwadker of Good&Co is joined by Ralf Baumann, Samantha Ramsay & Rebecca Foden to debate the future of job boards in this lively panel hosted by Sam Smith.
Tim Sackett spoke on the main stage at RecFest 2019. Tim researched recruiters all over the world to discover the DNA pattern of world-class recruiting leaders.
Carl Hoffman spoke about how to engage talent through employee advocacy and candidate relationship management. Carl was joined by David Battles of Avaloq whom spoke about overcoming their main hiring challenges within the fintech sector and the main benefits of implementing Talentry.
Bonnie Andrews returned for the third time to speak at RecFest this year and spoke about about bridging the tech gap in the UK.
Live at #RecFest19, Steve Levy spoke on the Brainfood stage about the many tactics it takes to increase your initial response rates and what it takes for you to get there.
Matt Charney spoke on the Brainfood stage of #RecFest 2019 about some of the biggest trends and emerging technologies impacting recruiting and hiring today.
Live at #RecFest19, Maisy Salsbury spoke about the reasons that swayed her away from the traditional post-school route of university and into a job.
Live at #RecFest19 this all-star panel includes Sam Smith (Kelly), Simon Rutter (Sage), Gemma Lines (MS Amlin) and Neil Krisko (Xerox). The panel gave participants the opportunity to hear from people who have chosen to #ditchthescript on talent management. People who have sought a value-driven approach over a transactional one. Who has been brave enough […]
Janine Chamberlin of Linkedin spoke live at RecFest 2019 about the dynamic talent market and the importance of both creating strategic direction whilst also having the agility to pivot as circumstances change.
Johnny Campbell took time out of his hosting duties at #RecFest19 to talk to the Brainfood stage audience about Candidate experience. Johnny talks about how creative ideas from outside our industry, and the ‘customer experiences’ from other sectors have the potential to be utilised within the resourcing industry to offer the best possible candidate experience.
Live at #RecFest19, Dean Sadler of TribePad spoke about how technology has the power to be used for good or bad. It also has implications far wider than most people realise. tech companies are constantly building impressive things, but now is the time you need to understand how they are doing it, but more importantly […]
Matt Buckland spoke live at #RecFest 2019 about the bipolar existence of a recruiter; both dictator and coach and how recruitment isn’t like sales, it’s like recruitment.
Kate Glazebrook spoke live at RecFest on building teams with diversity of thought. Technology has enabled us to erase the trade-off between speed and hiring. Sometimes speed is prioritised over getting the best candidates and building teams with diversity of thought but by using behavioural science and data you can build a process that removes […]
Hear from this panel of industry experts about their experiences of innovating the assessment space, the challenges they had to overcome and the conversations that they had to have with stakeholders. This panel is all about demystifying the assessment space and if you’re considering being disruptive in your assessment process then you won’t want to […]
Kevin Green, spoke on the RL100 stage of RecFest 2019 about the world of work and its rapid change and how attracting great talent is important but not enough. He also spoke about how organisations create meaning and purpose, building great leadership and unique cultures to win talent and how to make sure your EVP […]
Dethra Giles spoke live at #RecFest 2019 on the Brainfood stage. Dethra spoke about ‘EmployeePreneur’. Dethra talks about why are you not having the chance to get the type of candidates you want. Getting and retaining top talent and the ability to get the candidates our hiring managers want and need.
Bas Van De Haterd, a self-described professional snoop spoke live on the Brainfood stage at RecFest 2019. Bas spoke about how new assessment technology can be a major force for good, if we use it right. How we can lower, or minimise bias and burn out by optimising the use of talents.
Hear first hand from the Army recruiting leadership about how the most controversial and high profile recruitment advertising campaign of recent times was conceived and developed. The research that underpinned it and the outcomes that have been delivered as a result.
James Ellis spoke live at #RecFest19 on the Brainfood Stage. James spoke about how you can spark and support the revolution in recruiting and hiring anywhere you are.
Salma El-Wardany (Founder @ Digitally Human) spoke on the main stage of RecFest 2019 about diversity & inclusion, beginning her session with a thought-provoking poem, backed by singer Zola Marcelle (@zolamarcelle_). Salma believes we are living in the most dangerous time for D&I and gives her 10 reasons of what is possible from here.
John Vlastelica spoke on the Brainfood Stage of RecFest 2019 and shared what he’s learned from working with thousands of hiring managers and recruiters at over 100 companies. How can we create alignment? Diagnose conversion problems? Push back on unrealistic hiring managers and engage hiring teams to speed everything up, while keeping the bar high.
Torin Ellis (Principal @ the torin ellis brand) spoke on the main stage of RecFest to talk about a timeline of D&I efforts, the stalls that are in progress and what generation Z expects of us recruiters.
Sarah Sturgess spoke at our breakfast event on employer branding in general but more importantly developing them in challenging sectors. Challenging sectors are those organisations that find it difficult to attract and retain the talent that they have. Carl du Plessis spoke with Sarah to go through their employer brand development with SMRS with an […]
The most popular Innovation Circus 2018 returns to tell its story one-year later. David Walstow & Josh Willows embrace the main stage to talk about Talent Spotters and its journey over the last year. They cover a case-study on Assurant and Talent Spotters, the technology behind the scenes of creating this successful story and the […]
Alastair Frater spoke at our assessment and selection event at Browns. Al spoke about wouldn’t the ideal world be to hire everyone you interview, do less interviews and use technology to provide you with the data to make this possible. Looking towards the future of recruitment Al speaks about the HR technology market and what […]
Social media is not just about networking with friends; it has now become a serious platform for exploring business opportunities, shaping the global culture, and expressing political views. The ability of social media to reach out to a vast number of people has provided employers with an opportunity to attract valuable talent. Recruiters today use […]
Tammy Ross spoke at our afternoon event on the topic of assessment and selection. Tammy’s presentation covered interview best practice as with any organisation it takes time to introduce new processes, new tools and introductions of new technology. Sifting through 750,000+ applications per year can seem like a daunting process so to have a robust […]
Becky Pulley spoke about Building out an employer brand function at BT. In her presentation Becky talks about how they’ve managed to get where they are focusing on 6 different areas; social media, internal campaigns around interviewing, their EVP, building the team, constant communication and ‘replaying their words’. Becky also speaks how, moving forward, they […]
“There are not enough women in tech” – Shefali Davda-Bhanot (Associate Director of Talent @ Babylon Health), spoke at our recent breakfast event on hiring diverse technical talent. Shefali’s presentation, Inclusive Hiring, covered the importance that diversity has in the world of technology and looking back historically at women whom have had a huge influence […]
If you fail to define and share your employer brand when recruiting, you’ll probably have to fall back on ‘selling your benefits’ to hire qualified candidates. You know, things like: Salary, healthcare plans, transportation, location, holidays, gym subscriptions, and so on… Now don’t get me wrong, it’s definitely important to have an attractive compensation strategy […]
In this 3 part series, Kevin Green speaks all about the Future of Work delivering an emphatic presentation which covers different areas of organisations including flexible working, the ageing workforce, millennials and immigration. Does the UK have a full blown talent crisis? Kevin also covers job polarisation, how technology has always destroyed jobs and how […]
Joel Burrows spoke to the resourcing leaders 100 on the focus of job boards and the recruitment advertising landscape for the end of 2018. Joel speaks about the UKs largest job boards, looking at their change of fortunes over the past year and their positioning in the market. He also looks at the two newcomers […]
Shaun Sharkey (Partnerships manager @ Debut) gave an emotional, truthful account of his navigation into finding a job after university. Growing up in a Liverpool borough, Shaun’s so-thought route after University was marred by situations where data may have ruled him out of prospective jobs.
“We don’t have a clear social thread for change”. Tom Chesterton (MD @ Tonic) spoke at the Resourcing Leaders summit about brand, how how on a socio-politcal scale we’re lacking clear leadership. What can fill this vacuum left behind by having no clear leadership? Brand. Tom talks about communication, connections and pushing the boundaries – […]
At our recent graduate event we had the opportunity to hear straight from the source. 4 recent graduates hosted a panel at our recent event with Debut, they offered us valuable insights into different perspectives in early careers hiring. In this video they were posed the question; as a student, when would the best time […]
Katrina Hutchinson-O’Neill spoke at the resourcing leaders 100 summit on the topic of resourcing models. Katrina explains three coveted models within the resourcing world; federated, centralised and hybrid. As a group leader in resourcing change, Katrina also delivers her own unique resourcing model and her approach to resourcing.
This apprenticeship panel features perspectives from a current apprentice, running of apprenticeship programme and setting up your own apprenticeship programme and how it is not as challenging as you may initially think.
The RL100 welcomed back Dr. Sarah Lieberman, a Brexit expert to give her perspective on what is currently happening, has anything happened since she last presented in May 2018? Sarah shared some interesting insights into what is to come if Britain leaves without a deal, and the future prospects this nation is facing on the […]
Luke McKinney spoke to the resourcing leaders 100 on the subject of design thinking, a practical process developed by individuals or teams. In this video, Luke layers different design practices rounding off at ‘strategic design’, a forward thinking design concept for the future-facing organisations.
Kath spoke at our Breakfast event on Deutsche Banks support programme ‘Pathways to Banking & Finance”. Started in 2017, the Pathways to Banking and Finance will benefit hundreds of students from lower socioeconomic backgrounds by raising their aspirations to allow them to make informed decisions about their career.
Jacob joined our future talent breakfast event and shared with the group some key takeaways when marketing for students.
Dave Walstow and Caroline Hill spoke at the Innovation Circus on how Creed Comms built their award winning employee referral programme
Dave defines Employer Brand as ‘Who you are and how you make people feel’, and in this talk, he explains how the essence of a brand is all about experience with the essential elements being personalisation, trust and the candidate experience.
This white paper aims to create a guidebook to the total talent management journey, directing those resourcing leaders who are beginning to engage/own their contingent talent by bringing them together with organisations who have experience in this space, while also highlighting organisations that have considered embarking on the journey and decided against it.
Managing a contingent workforce can be time- consuming but in the engineering sector there are multiple challenges due to the nature, complexity and scale of many projects. To add to this there is a huge skills gap across the industry and new challenges ahead with Brexit. In our latest roundtable, we gathered a group of […]
Sara Jane Harvey, AKA Agony Autie spoke to the resourcing leaders 100 on the topic of neurodiversity. An inspired, heartfelt and educational insight from a leading ambassador on neurodiversity, Sara delivers her perspective on neurodiversity and its place within the working world.
It is an ongoing challenge for all of us in resourcing to meet the everyday talent demands of our business as well as ensuring we are looking ahead to the future. In an era where there are new technologies introduced daily it is hard to keep up to date with the tools and methods we […]
In an increasingly complex world, the supply and demand for talent is becoming more strategic – automation, new technologies and data are changing our operating environments. In this digital world, we need new skills and a workforce to be effective in the information age. And the tasks, tools and knowledge required are changing the jobs […]
Samar Birwadker believes that the people in a company are the ones who build the culture of the organisation and in each organisation there are micro-cultures, build by the people in each team.
Tim Oliver Pröhm spoke to the resourcing leaders 100 about how the world of work is changing and how the new wave of technology trends are hitting the resourcing function.
Sarah shared with us an inspiring talk on the journey IHS Markit is currently taking to introduce agile methodology across the organisation. She explains in great detail what an agile methodology is, the benefits it has for an organisation, why they are introducing it and how they are implementing it in the company.
Nick Yockney spoke at our hiring graduates breakfast event about how to find emerging talent and showcased the identifiers to hiring at entry level positions. Nick shared with the group some common mistakes many companies make when looking and hiring young talent and also gives us some key elements to be ready
Hiring experience tech talent is more difficult and expensive than ever before, and most organisations are fighting to find and steal the best from each other. But, how many organisations are doing something to build and find the next generation of ‘Unicorns’?
Abakar Saidov spoke on the disrupt stage at RecFest 18 on how technology will play a part within recruitment of the future.
Steve Atkinson spoke on the disrupt stage at RecFest 18 with Caroline Horwood about the transformation of onboarding, and putting candidates before paperwork.
Alex Cresswell spoke on the disrupt stage at RecFest 18 with Barbara Lee about finding out the WHO after establishing the ‘what is next’
Ben Gledhill spoke on the disrupt stage at RecFest 18 on Yodel’s journey with Lumesse and discovering that moment when you realise that your ATS is…
Will Hamilton spoke on the Disrupt stage at RecFest 2018 about why advanced automation is the key and not the enemy for candidate engagement
Rob Long and Zeshaan Shamsi spoke on the Disrupt stage at RecFest 18 on how technology has changed recruitment, from the basic ATS in place to more advanced tech in TA.
Jeremy Hindle (Co-Founder and CTO/CPO at Headstart) spoke on the Disrupt stage at RecFest18 on diversity and data and their learnings from their approach to fair selection.
Our complimentary suite of candidate experience technology gives employers and candidates the best of both worlds – personalisation and automation – delivered by an award-winning team of experts. Powered by live chat and chat bots, our technology helps our clients attract, engage, empower and enable candidates throughout the recruitment journey. Outcomes include improved brand advocacy, […]
Beamery is a candidate relationship manager that focuses on connecting with any other tool or legacy system that a company is using. Its algorithms keep candidate data up to date and relevant whilst tieing information from hundreds of different data sources to the profile. Beamery’s automation allows the ability for companies to engage with candidates […]
Candidate.ID is a talent pipeline platform that provides one central, unified SaaS solution that manages and optimises every tactic used to find, attract, engage and nurture candidates. Candidate.ID features candidate nurturing and scoring, email marketing, ATS and CRM integration and closed-loop, real-time reporting tools. Candidate.ID aligns the efforts of recruitment marketing and talent acquisition teams, […]
HireCast is an interactive recruitment video which takes the traditional job advert and turns it on its head, bringing your job description to life. Some of its interactive features include showcasing your company’s culture, highlighting projects you’re working on and demonstrating your location’s facilities.
Job searching is changing, people want to find where they belong. Go beyond the job description. Show people what you’re all about and inspire the candidates who fit.
TalentBrew specialises in careers website, SEO and advanced job description. The TalentBrew recruitment marketing software platform engine accesses, imports and stores your jobs and content into TalentBrew database your TalentBrew Career Site. TalentBrew allows the candidate to self-select out or find an opportunity that’s the perfect fit. Then they can apply for a job, share […]
Richard Collins (CEO at ClickIQ) and Chris Wray (Group Head of Recruitment Strategy at Sainsbury’s) spoke on the Disrupt stage at RecFest 2018 on the top 10 talent attraction techniques to reduce costs and increase response rates in a rapidly changing recruitment media landscape.
Jobpal specialised in recruiting chatbots, jobseekers engagement, FAQ automation, job discovery, apply via chat, screening, interview scheduling. Jobpal’s automation and speed up processes improve your candidate experience and your own talent network.
DayOne allows you to experience the whole onboarding message on your mobile or tablet, wherever you are! The app allows permanent storage of all your documents – contract, offer, plus access to the entire the library and the journey. It has a Great User Interface – DayOne has re-engineered the entire onboarding journey to achieve […]
For HR leaders, who can’t guarantee consistently engaging onboarding experiences, Enboarder automates manual processes, coaches and empowers business managers and easily provides personalised onboarding experiences for all new hires.
Horseﬂy provides actionable insights from multiple social platforms worldwide, Horsefly provides unlimited search and extensive filter capability which allows detailed and specific data insights. Every day Horsefly supports tactical & strategic business decisions for today’s outcomes and tomorrow’s plans.
Smart Recruiters is a modern talent acquisition platform with native AI functionality, global configurability with 17 currently available backend languages with 350+ pre-integrated partners.
TalentDesk.io is an end-to-end Freelance Management System (FMS) that allows you to Onboard your contingent workforce, grow it on-demand where new skills or talent is needed, collaborate with them on projects with other members of your in-house team, and pay them with a single bulk invoice, timely and efficiently.
From sourcing candidates to managing applications, Workable recruiting software provides intuitive tools to streamline your recruiting process.
Pymetrics use neuroscience games to predict your next superstars, the platform is free of bias which drives diversity and is highly predictive and identifies higher performs who stay for longer. The Pymetrics platform also offers rejected candidates other opportunities so that all your candidates love the experience.
Applied uses behaviour science to de-bias the assessment and selection of candidates. This allows a more diverse and inclusive workforce, Applied iteratively improve the effectiveness and predictiveness of recruitment using real data. Applied attracts a wide talent pool through a far, transparent candidate experience, including personalised feedback.
Access Screening is a cloud-based, anytime anywhere access screening platform. The Screening and Right to Work platform can save in-house recruiters time whilst remain compliant. The platform saves time with 80% reference checks that are automated whilst being fully configurable.
Arctic shores is an unbiased assessment platform using psychometrics in a highly engaging manner. The platform offers a range of themes and styles in their game-based assessments which can be tailored to suit your ideal candidate experience. Their bespoke service allows them to incorporate your branding within the game and develop a unique algorithm to […]
Contextual recruitment systems give you the ability to contextualise candidate performance, showing disadvantage and outperformance. It can identify star outperformers who might otherwise be missed, measures social mobility through continuous monitoring of data and statistics whilst delivering greater diversity through graduate hiring.
Cubiks Capture specialised in candidate experience and candidate feedback. Cubiks’ intuitive design, simple-to-use consumer-grade experience offers self-selection that empowers potential candidates. It provides an early reading on candidates’ alignment with an organisation’s values.
Good & Co provides data-driven insights into team strengths and weaknesses, proprietary psychometric algorithm based on science as well as a real time team wellness tracker. Good & Co believe that work can, and should be fun and that there’s no such thing as a bad employee or employer – only a bad fit. They […]
Cut-e is a global talent management and assessment specialist which was acquired by Aon plc in May 2017. Cut-e’s has a comprehensive assessment solution with one-tap and multiple tests, is also custom designable with a flexible format: made to predict success.
Bright Networks Data Insights Engine analyses over 10 million pieces of data a year creating a rich candidate data set, both declared and behavioural. It can provide hyper-relevant, personalised, content for our members based on more than simplistic segmentation. Bright Network data-driven intelligent segmentation allows you to zone in on high-quality candidates, who wouldn’t normally […]
Introducing ClickIQ – The smartest tool for the job – a multi-award winning automated job advertising platform that uses the latest AI and programmatic technology to manage, track and optimise the performance of recruitment advertising in real time. Spend is focused on where it’s needed most, to reach both active and passive job seekers across […]
Debut believes graduate recruitment should be a breeze, not a struggle. Debut is a completely free app for students to showcase their skills and background in an engaging and fun way to employers, bringing them opportunities they may never have considered or come across organically. For graduate employers, Debut’s platform provides unprecedented targeting and access […]
Inploi is a brand new platform incorporating the latest tech and focuses on a radically improved user experience. Inploi has seamless access across web and mobile and can reach the future of your industry. It also has extensive features set consolidating, simplifying and enhancing your recruitment tools and effort.
JamieAI is a smart tool to source & hire data professionals using smart technology paired with human expertise. Jamie AI is a disruptive technology which saves employers time looking through CV’s and sourcing talent. Throughout the process, JamieAI offers complete transparency.
We are Joblift – a job search platform providing candidates with the most intuitive and frictionless experience during the recruiting process. We apply the latest machine learning techniques and big data-based algorithms to offer the optimal match between employer and job seeker. Currently active in the US, the UK, Germany, France and the Netherlands, we […]
WORK180 is a global jobs network that operates at the forefront of a new workplace revolution. As an advocate for working women, WORK180 provide job applicants with a transparent directory of endorsed employers who support diversity, inclusion and equality.
Vonq’s Recruitment Analytics Marketing Platform turns passive and active candidates into qualified applicants. Vonq gives you access to all the media channels in the world and can take care of online job ad distribution with a click of a button. Their algorithm and job market insights will help you select the most relevant channels for […]
Talentry’s recruitment marketing platform enables companies to tap new sources for potential applicants with the help of their employees’ networks, to strengthen the employer brand sustainably by distributing relevant content and to build and maintain relationships with candidates. Talentry increases the productivity of multiple recruiting channels to match talent with suitable employers and helps companies overcome skills shortages.
Talent Nexus goes beyond ATS functionality, massively increase your employer brand reach and candidate applications. It also provides end-to-end optimisation for Google for Jobs with a new tool which improves employers with fast compliance audits.
Ontame.io is a recruitment analytics and automation platform. Ontame.io focuses on analytics, Automated Distribution Workflows, Cost Management, Benchmarking, Smart Alerts, Tracking and Forecasting. Ontame.io goes beyond your ATS as they connect their proprietary tracking and prediction engine with data from across any of your HR platforms and business systems – giving you instant access to […]
Rezoomo is a unique new recruitment marketing and management system with a focus on helping companies build and promote their employer brand as a core part of their recruitment strategy.
Across the country, resourcing professionals are facing the same challenges. Whether you work for a multi-national organisation or operate independently, the issues are often identical – just on a different scale. How often do you get the chance to discuss these matters and hear how others tackle them? Or to gauge views and opinions, right […]
Over recent years employer branding has become increasingly important to resourcing teams as direct sourcing strategies have evolved. Most organisations think they have either the best employer brand in the world or the worst. And there is still debate about exactly what employer brand and EVP (Employer Value Proposition) means. Our latest RL100 roundtable looked […]
Charlotte provided an overview of the steps taken by TFL to be ahead of the curve prior to IR35 being enforced in the public sector. Forming a steering group with senior legal, tax, HR and commercial bods, frequent engagement with your C-Suite and understanding who your business critical (and non) contingent workers are were some […]
Tim Asti discussed how leveraging technology can assist in the decision management, visibility and data analysis of non-permanent workforces. The challenge often for organisations is not necessarily having data, but being able to cultivate the right data to create a single source of truth and that’s where technology can help be the enabler.
In a thought-provoking address, Stephen Reilly illustrated that in order to help visualise contingent workers vs permanent recruitment, one should think of the traditional red phone box as a metaphor for permanent recruitment. We all recognise it, know what it is, understand that it’s slightly outdated but still widely accept what they do.
Helen & Jen spoke about Nationwide Building Society’s partnership with Alexander Mann Solutions (AMS) and the newly implemented 2nd Gen MSP, created a future-proofed solution which includes an in-house team dedicated to Contingent Labour control, cost management and business engagement across all categories of contingent labour; The Workforce Supply Management team.
Connor shares some fascinating insight into how such a huge pool of contingent talent exists and how it has manifested. The UK has increased by 43% between 2008 and 2016, with 15% of the UK workforce now self-employed. He also covers the CXC Global contingent worker lifecycle guide which shows the key action points of […]
Jeremy spoke at the inaugural Contingent Leaders Summit in Whitstable on the Future of Work and the changes in the way people do business and engage with the workforce. Jeremy’s talk covers demographic and social change to the need for organisational agility. He also discusses how to engage the workforce of the future.
Across the country, resourcing professionals are facing the same challenges. Whether you work for a multi-national organisation or operate independently, the issues are often identical – just on a different scale. How often do you get the chance to discuss these matters and hear how others tackle them? Or to gauge views and opinions, right […]
Maisy Salsbury spoke at the Resourcing Leaders 100 summit in Whitstable on why she decided not to attend University and what that has meant to her professional career.
Mark Chaffey spoke at our Hiring Tech Talent breakfast event on how to hire more talent based only on their strengths and skills and nothing else. Mark talks about how we can think about the attraction process to engage with more technical talent and how to remove the unconscious bias in the hiring process.
Caroline shared with the audience the challenges she faced during this journey; she takes us through the candidate journey (especially on social media) and describes what worked really well for them, and she explains the key steps they took to achieve success and how she got the buy-in from the business.
Alice spoke at Innovation Circus about UNILAD’s huge presence on the social sphere and how it uses social media to recruit into their social company.
Daniel spoke at the Innovation Circus with an appropriately titled presentation of how THE social network using social tools to socially recruit.
Tom spoke at the Innovation Circus on how Tonic uses innovation and technology, to communicate with people, to bring people and brands together. As Tom expresses: You need to listen to your people and find how you can add value to people’s life. You need to find the right people to talk to and the […]
Josh spoke at Innovation Circus, an event launched in 2018 together with Broadbean technology and Social Referral, with the objective to deepen the understanding of social and future innovations within the recruiting world.
‘People don’t want to hear from a logo. They deserve to know that Vodafone has a face, a face, a personality. They want to feel a connection to real people and hear their real stories.’
Humans attention span is now under 0.3 milliseconds, in the blink of an eye we make a decision, and 80% of our choices are made subconsciously. Human behaviours are changing and getting people’s attention is not enough anymore; we need to make people care about it and make them do something about it.
Have you ever heard (or said) “I wish we could do something amazing, but we don’t have the money or the team”? If so, this is a must watch video for you, see how Jessica explains how they executed a highly successful campaign on a minimal budget.
Zusi delivered her inspiring short poem entitled ‘Dreams and Machines’ which stunned her audience at the Innovation Circus.
Peter Wardell inspired the audience at the Innovation Circus by creating links between the recruitment process and the similarities with magic tricks and their effect on the mind.
Johnny not only expertly hosted the main stage at Innovation Circus but also spoke on the lessons that can be learnt from what you post on social networks.
Ian Bailie spoke at Innovation Circus on the future of work, what is really is, what people are doing about it and how we should be thinking about it. With great focus on the impact on artificial intelligence and human resourcing, Ian makes us think about what we should be doing as organisations with the […]
Ashley spoke at the Innovation Circus on voice technology and its potential role in recruitment in the near future. Ashley gave us some significant facts about voice design, how the candidate journey should look like on voice technology and how it can work for you.
Simon delivered a great talk on how to achieve a successful Employer Value Proposition in your organisation. He also explained the importance of having a combined, holistic and integrated EVP between the Recruitment, HR and Communication teams.
Sian Brown speaks about building an Employer Brand on a budget, and how fitflop leveraged their employees and the impact they can have on your brand. Your employees are your brand ambassadors. She also talks about the journey with their brand team, the challenges, learnings and results they saw.
With high-profile campaigns such as the royal’s Heads Together, diversity has been on the resourcing agenda for some time now, but it is only in recent times that organisations are realising the true business benefits of a diverse and inclusive workforce. There are significant challenges in integrating the diversity of thought into organisations and away […]
Jatinder joined our breakfast event on hiring technical talent and spoke about the importance of building a technical recruiting team that understands tech talent, the lingo and the role they are recruiting.
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