An increasingly competitive recruitment market means that hiring managers cannot simply rely on job advertisements each time they are looking to fill a new role. In fact, online job board Seek has just experienced its highest levels of listings since 2010. With such tough competition, its hardly surprising that recruiters are turning to their own talent pools to secure top candidates.
How can talent pooling help you regain control of your recruitment process and overhaul your strategy to reveal unseen talent?
Recruit now. Reach out directly to engaged job seekers, who already want to work with you (or at the very least have been interested in working with you in the past).
Identify your ideal candidate. With a talent pool, you’ll have access to the full scope of the qualifications and experiences of the talent in your industry. Empowered with this insight, you’ll be able to set the bar high when it comes to recruitment, expect more of your applicants and uncover the best of the best.
Grow your business by hiring someone left-of-field. Take advantage of the wealth of candidate information available to you to improve your business. Inspired by the unique combinations of skills and experiences appearing in their talent pools, hiring managers can create new positions in order to accommodate outstanding talent.
Don’t miss the chance to learn the top strategies for building and managing your own talent pool that actually delivers. Sign up for this month’s webinar on Talent Pooling, presented by Scout Talent General Manager, Andrea Davey.
Top 5 Tips for Successful Talent Pooling:
Thursday, October 19th 2017 at 12pm AEST (QLD Australia)
1- Study by Taleo Research, ‘Economics of Candidate Relationship Databases’
2- Study by Page Up, ‘Utilisation of Talent Pools for External Recruitment in Australia’
3- Study by Manpower, ‘2016 Talent Shortages’
4. Study by PwC, ’18th Annual Global CEO Survey’