Resources required: Technical ladders

Anthony Haynes writes: On our For Clients page we list links to online resources on central topics in talent acquisition and management. One topic we’d like to provide links for is technical ladders. A technical ladder is a career development pathway within an organisation that allows talented specialists to develop their careers, and earning potential,… Read More

Major trends in human capital

Anthony Haynes writes: Deloitte University Press has regularly been publishing bold, thought-provoking, content concerning human capital. An example is its report, Global Human Capital Trends 2016. The report examines the effect of four drivers of change, namely demography, technology, the pace of change (in technology and in business models), and the employer-employee relationship. It distils these… Read More

Review of genuinely helpful blogs: (2) Parkside Consulting Group’s reviews

Anthony Haynes writes: This post is the second in our occasional series of reviews of blogs that we find helpful — and that we think may be of interest to our stakeholders too. Parkside Consulting Group is a Chicago-based talent management consultancy that, according to its website, ‘uses strategic HR consulting strategies to identify the source of… Read More

Building talent for growth through flexible working – Part two

Anthony Haynes writes: In this reblogged post , originally published as a guest post on Equiteq Edge, recruitment consultants Capability Jane outline the benefits, to small or medium-sized organisations, of flexible working. Equiteq Edge In a previous blog from flexible recruitment specialists Capability Jane, they examined how the world of work is changing. This week… Read More

Key stages in talent acquisition: a practical guide

Fiona Wilson, Managing Director of FJWilson, writes: Over the last couple of months we have been publishing parts of our guide to talent acquisition. Here we publish the complete guide. It is divided into six sections: I: Writing a brief II: Attracting candidates III: Candidate experience IV: Dealing with counter-offers V: On-boarding VI: Induction   I: Writing… Read More