“Innovation has found a home in Talent Acquisition. But what we are most interested in is what all this innovation means for the candidate experience,” said Michael Rochelle, Brandon Hall Group Chief Strategy Officer and Principal Analyst.
Brandon Hall Group, the leading independent HCM research and analyst firm, is launching our Hiring a Winning Team: What Effective Talent Acquisition Looks Like survey on Sept. 26 to understand what success looks like amid the highly competitive and rapidly changing talent marketplace.
The “Great Resignation.” “Quiet Quitting.” “The Big Stay.” The Talent Marketplace has become increasingly complex and competitive over the course of this past year. Talent Acquisition teams are faced with an unprecedented pace of change that threatens to leave them behind. Almost as soon as a new tech or new approach makes its way into the conversation, it becomes outdated. Ultimately, the measure of success in Talent Acquisition (TA) is the ability of the business to deliver results and the quality of the teammates TA is bringing in the door.
This survey is focused on understanding what great looks like amidst all of this change. Organizations need to be thinking about the candidate experience, what it takes to build and sustain a successful TA practice and the impact of technology and automation on both. “Innovation has found a home in Talent Acquisition. But what we are most interested in is what all this innovation means for the candidate experience,” said Michael Rochelle, Brandon Hall Group Chief Strategy Officer and Principal Analyst.
Questions in the survey focus on topics like:
- How are you measuring quality of hire?
- How are you tracking and measuring the candidate experience?
- Which technologies do you find most effective in attracting, engaging and ultimately hiring talent?
- How do you mitigate the digital “blackhole” created by automation on the candidate experience?
- In what phase of the process are you using automation or AI or do you plan to begin using it in your cycle?
- How would you describe the return on technology in your hiring practices?
“With the rise of the latest war for talent, companies need to find and utilize every advantage possible to secure the best talent, particularly as jobs evolve and the supply of skills in the right areas remains lower,” said Brandon Hall Group CEO Mike Cooke.
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