[Infographic] 5 Critical Components to Evaluate in Your Talent Acquisition Strategy

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February 6, 2018

1612292.jpgAccess to talent is arguably the most important aspect of your recruiting process. It's important to stay competitive in today's dynamic global market. Many organizations, including enterprise-level ones, are admittedly operating blind when it comes to knowing what to evaluate within its talent acquisition strategy. 

Understanding how to recruit the right talent into your organization is the first step in developing or refining your talent acquisition strategy. To properly manage this business function, talent acquisition leaders must have the ability to monitor and regularly evaluate their ability to recruit key skills when they are needed by the organization. 

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While most companies have a strategy in place, many fail on one or more of these aspects. When recruiting becomes reactive or based on out-dated or non-existent workforce plans, it's easy for recruiting efforts to spiral out of control; leading to long cycle times or excessive turnover

[Infographic] Evaluate Your Talent Acquisition Strategy 


Once you have a true beat on where your organization stands with respect to each of the above five components, you can begin to calculate which resources you have to make recruiting faster, better and more consistent across your organization. 

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Topics: Recruiting Trends, Talent Acquisition

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed on the blog site represent those of the author and do not reflect the opinions of Yoh, A Day & Zimmermann Company. Yoh is not responsible for the accuracy of any information supplied by guest writers. 
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