As TA functions begin to work more strategically the traditional role of ‘recruiter’ has changed again. With increasing foresight of hiring needs across the business recruiters are being asked to resource roles that are one, three, or even six months away. This session looks at the practical activities required to put TA strategy into action.
Sue Kingston will take you on a journey of how to design and implement a In House function in your organisation.
The UK unemployment rate is currently at the lowest it has ever been, putting more pressure on UK employers to be proactive as they source and recruit the top talent. In this session, we'll draw upon some of our most recent research pieces and explain how you can get the most out of your CV searches, in order to be proactive with your hiring efforts in 2019 and beyond. This includes:
The graduate and apprentice recruitment market is rapidly changing. Using the latest market data from the ISE’s 300 employer members, Stephen will examine current market trends, how employers are innovating to meet their early talent needs and the impact of government policy on employers.
What does the best talent in your industry want from a role, team, the company they work for and their career? Join Robert Garner – News UK Talent Lead, as he provides practical tips and guidance on:
We will explore why companies are ramping up their apprenticeship programmes, how they compare to graduate programmes, and share best practice when it comes to recruiting apprentices and setting them up for success.
In this competitive world for high quality candidates, are you spending a disproportionate amount of time searching for candidates on Linkedin or sifting through 100’s of irrelevant applicants via your ATS? Could you be using research and evidence based recruitment to better target your candidates via social media or other marketing channels?
I’ll show you another way; through the utilization of research and marketing techniques. It’s cost effective, can be delivered by you, and should save you time to focus on building better relationships and partnerships.
In this session, Andy Long of National Express will look at skills / capability / disciplines an in-house team may need to be effective.
The World Economic Forum predicted that in the future, 65% of kids will work in roles that don’t even exist today. The talent market is perpetually reforming and AI is set to be the dominant driver for this change. Janine Chamberlin of LinkedIn will explore the transformative role that AI is playing in the recruitment industry. She will touch on the 4th Industrial Revolution, before examining the hard skills needed for the recruiters of tomorrow, the new software it’s inspiring and how AI will assist in a more seamless recruitment process in today’s ever-challenging talent acquisition climate.
This session will explore:
- Emerging trends and how recruiter/TA profiles might need to adapt from traditional profiles - Research around how TA professionals regard their current levels of capability to deliver in the new world - Areas of focus and differentiation for individuals and teams - How admitting development gaps opens up a world of learning
This session aims to explore some of the perceptions that people may have of a military career and will discuss how the Royal Air Force became the first service to open all of its roles to women. We’ll discuss some of the recruitment challenges faced by the Royal Air Force and the projects aimed at overcoming them.
Still using careers fairs as your main route to find your next generation of student and graduate talent? Well the world has moved on. And at pace. In this session I’ll explore how the U.K. HE and graduate recruitment sector has dramatically changed over the last five years and what this means for students, universities and employers alike. I’ll wrap up the seminar with leading practice examples from across the sector and a range of ideas for how you can refresh your approach to graduate recruitment.
91% of UK candidates search for company information and employee reviews before applying for a role, wanting to know what you are like to work for, with two-thirds researching how you treat your employees. As the search for digital talent intensifies your EVP, and how you are perceived as a place to work, is crucial. In this session analyst & author Mervyn Dinnen will share research on how well recruitment professionals think their Employer Brand really reflects EVP and the overall employee experience, and what businesses are doing to improve it.
How do you create an authentic recruitment story? What’s the ‘method’ to shaping targeted messages to individual candidates? Can you convey your overall employment brand promise in every communication? Find out how you can bring together the ‘science’ and the ‘art’ of storytelling to create an immersive narrative and inclusive messages - winning the hearts and minds of the people you want to recruit - in all attraction channels.
You'll get a look into what we've learnt working with global brands to attract tech talent and finding out what their secret is - How to gain key insights into the human truths; what we've heard, what they like and how to stand out to attract and engage - To build a talent attraction campaign based around making friends first before you need them