After a volatile couple of years, the talent agenda is set to be defined, once again, by change in 2023. With many digital transformation projects that require high numbers of seasoned professionals, a different and attractive lifestyle has been put forward for a lot of professionals with valuable skills. However, with consumers and shareholders increasingly prioritising quality, the expectations have risen.
At Rethink we already know we’re great. And our clients would agree too. But since 'The Great Rethink' seems to be the latest phrase to emerge, we thought we’d take a closer look into what this means and how this could actually be a positive trend for your business.
They say there’s three sides to every story and that can definitely be said for the world of talent right now. And since solving talent challenges is Rethink’s entire world, we’re here to shed some light on what’s really going on out there.
The Rethink is pleased to announce the acquisition of fast growth digital recruitment startup, Digital 51.
The M&E industry is forecast to grow by up to 36% by 2025, translating into almost 19,000 more Production jobs. But the current skills shortage created by this growth is felt not only across highly specialised positions, but in all “below the line” roles.
Defined by innovation across all departments, the Advertising & Creative industries are set to evolve, as new sectors are set to emerge. Traditional recruitment practices are set to be supplemented by fresh and personalised content, that showcases a coherent image of the brand.
Working with an organisation that lives and breathes talent and innovation, we have been conducting some in-depth research at Rethink to better understand the ever-shifting dynamics of the industry and continue to offer high-quality governance to all our clients.
Are Excel trackers helping recruitment teams in the current climate or are they a necessary evil? And if so, what steps can companies take to support their HR functions in giving Excel spreadsheets a makeover fit for today’s requirements?
Two of the main themes when it comes to businesses of all sizes is the systems overload and the constant battle of prioritisation between HR and TA. Despite all this, there are steps that can be taken to strip the process back, bridge the gap between the programs your company is using and start taking actionable steps towards bringing the focus back to the talent.
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We spoke with Director of Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO), Nicola Dunne on how holding on to ineffective tech and broken process can result in a much bigger business impact.
We spoke with Director of Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO), Nicola Dunne, to tackle the common concern that outsourcing your hiring means being left outside in the cold. Here’s what industry expert Nicola had to say.
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While age diversity may not always be the highest topic on the agenda for business targets – it needs to be.