UK & Europe Features
Better technology has been crucial in the rise of flexible working, making a significant difference to women with families when it comes to following their career ambitions.
Not only do many organisations have the necessary resources and capacity to manage the search process themselves, but a new breed of disruptive HR-specific tools and services means it’s now a more viable option than ever.
Bringing everyone together into one space can spark creativity and greater collaboration.
While AI adoption levels are still low across the industry, the number of recruiters beginning to see the potential benefits is increasing.
The war for talent is a much talked about subject in the industry and investment in the right technology is essential to achieve an edge in this war.
Developing a thorough understanding of how you will be affected is critical.
"Cloud-based solutions offer organisations a simple, centralised marketplace, efficient digital payroll services and the functionality of top class sourcing and vendor consolidation software."
Karen Hebert-Maccaro, chief learning experience officer, O’Reilly Media, identifies possible talent…
"It will be important that companies make decisions to continue to invest in their employees and talent strategies during this critical time."
“The increased majority shareholding means that the business can continue to move forward on a platform of sustainable growth."