Employer Branding and the realisation that candidates are no longer queing up to work for every organisation is slowly filtering into recruitment processes. If you really do want do attract, secure and retain high calibre talent then you have to invest in an engaging recruitment process that opens its doors to your culture. This article provides a few good ideas as to how you can achieve it.
Gone are the days when companies looking to hire held all the cards. In today’s hiring market, great talent is more in demand than ever before, and companies need to do all they can to attract the top individuals. This is true even more true in supply chain management and its related disciplines (areas in which we at Argentus specialize), where a combination of rapidly changing market forces and business requirements, as well as a looming shortage of talent, means that supply chain professionals are becoming both scarcer and more valued. As a result of these changes in the hiring market, company culture has gained prominence. In the 21st century, companies need to offer more than competitive compensation rates and career growth opportunities if they are to attract the most skilled and high-potential workers.