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Your Talent Insights for October 2017:
Erica Dhawan with Harvard Business Review explores social media and other recruitment strategies in Recruiting Strategies for a Tight Talent Market.
James Manyika with McKinsey & Company examine ways people are earning income, as well as the challenges independent work presents in Independent work: Choice, necessity, and the gig economy.
Rob McIntosh with ERE covers how companies can build an effective people and talent acquisition structure in Building an Advanced Talent Acquisition Function Today.
Lin Grensing-Pophal with SHRM surfaces how HR professionals need to ensure hiring for fit doesn’t result in exclusion in Hiring for Fit vs. Hiring for Inclusion: Which Route Should You Take?
Mercer breaks down workforce engagement as a competitive differentiator as organizations vie for top talent in Discovering What Drives Female Engagement in the US Workplace.
Dr. John Sullivan surfaces how to create engaging new hire on-boarding programs with How to Help New Hires Get up to Speed.
Josh Bersin with Deloitte suggests the evolving career trajectory modern employees with have in Catch The Wave: The 21st-Century Career.
Balazs Paroczay, sourcing SME, lays out the pros and cons of developing an internal sourcing team vs using third party recruiting agencies in Sourcing ROI Calculator.
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