Are you struggling with not only attracting, but retaining Talent in your organisation?
As Recruitment Experts, Hewett Recruitment have created a 'Complete Guide to Talent Attraction and Retention' available for you to download and use.
Talent attraction and retention are crucial components of any successful organisation. In order to attract and retain top talent, companies must create an environment that fosters growth, innovation, and professional development. In this guide, we'll explore some strategies that can help your organisation attract and retain talented individuals.
This free downloadable guide contains relevant and actional information to help you improve your recruitment and retention strategies, covering the following topics:
Recruitment Process Design
Creating a Positive Company Culture
Purpose and Values
Diversity and Inclusion
Environmental, Social and Governance
By creating a compelling employer brand, using multiple recruitment channels, offering competitive compensation and benefits, and streamlining your hiring process, you can attract the right talent to your organisation. Once you have talented employees on board, you should focus on providing ongoing training and development, creating a positive work environment, recognising and rewarding achievements, and offering opportunities for advancement to keep them engaged and motivated. By following these strategies and best practices, you'll be well on your way to building a talented and committed workforce that will help drive your organisation's growth and success.
The “Skills Gap” has been on the agenda for some time now but has evolved against a backdrop of changing employee expectations and a constricted supply of labour. Now organisations are battling for talent on 2 fronts… firstly in identifying the people with the skills and values that they need… and then ensuring that their offering as an employer can match up with the demands of a modern day employee.
Furthermore, these demands can be varied, from flexible / remote working, dedication to mental health and well-being or candidates wanting to understand the purpose of a business before pledging their efforts to them.
Workforce Planning is evolving too. At its heart it starts with the leadership in an organisation establishing the values on which the business sits - this in turn will drive the recruitment and retention activity, creating a culture in which talent thrives as everyone works toward a common goal. It is not just about attracting talent but the right talent… the people who “get” your business and want to be part of it and help it succeed. A comprehensive approach to workforce planning may take some time but is vital to how businesses tackle labour market challenges both now and in the future.
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