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Business leaders will have to manage their people properly to make the transition successfully over the next five years.That means having the right skills, culture and leadership in place.
As technological innovation continues to soar, it’s almost impossible to foresee which skills will be most important and valued in the future, especially when some don't even exist yet.
In the future world of work, competition for talent is higher than ever. Organisations have to get recruitment right the first time, if they’re going to build the optimal workforce for success.
We look at the crucial role that people will play in this new workplace and the all-encompassing change that recruitment will have to undergo in how it successfully resources organisations.
Jessica Holt, Director of Consulting & Professional Services at Capita Resourcing discusses how we can expect to see the way we track, measure and analyse our workforce to transform in the future.
Employer branding isn't just about brand awareness; investing in personalised communication throughout the recruitment, selection and onboarding journey matters the most.
With the rise of technological innovation, the need to create a culture of learnability has become more important than ever for recruitment to win the war for talent.
Capita’s Solutions Director, Dugald McIntosh discusses the importance of increasing diversity in engineering, why the future will be female and how Capita Resourcing are pioneering this change.
Does your organisation sit with half of organisations we surveyed that admit to relying on ‘instinct and gut feel’ when assessing skills gaps? If so, you risk leaving your talent behind.
With advances in technology enabling recruitment to collect and analyse masses of data on candidates, will the future of work see the end of the traditional employee reference?
Employee experience is set to become the major focus for all organisations. So how can recruitment implement technology to provide a seamless and engaging experience, whilst remaining ethical?
Data and insight are increasingly accessible to HR and recruitment leaders, but are we using this data effectively? Research Director, Natalie Douglass reveals in our latest blog
This month our attention turns to data, and the extent to which HR and recruitment see it as the lever to tackling the skills crisis in our latest research, 'The insight edge to talent acquisition'
How can recruitment create a flexible talent pipeline, especially since the skills required for the future relate to jobs that haven’t even been created yet? The answer is through data
Adam Gibson, Director of Strategic Workforce Planning at Capita provides his key insight and experience on the subject to explain why it’s necessary for organisations and how embracing the unknown...
Jessica Holt, Director of Contingent Workforce Solutions at Capita Resourcing, shares 5 important things she knows about the future of flexible workforces.
The term ‘agile workforce’ has been cited as a key HR and management objective for a number of years but few HR leaders would claim to have achieved genuine transformation in the make-up or...
Having gender diversity at strategic, board-level positions is not a ‘nice to have’. It’s a business imperative. A diverse boardroom is good for business, having a direct, positive impact on a...
In this blog, we’re getting under the skin of the flexible workforce – the benefits, challenges and future outlook, with Jessica Holt, Director of Contingent Workforce Solutions at Capita Resourcing.
In our latest blog, we’re looking at the impact tech is having on Talent Acquisition with Richard Hutchinson, Talent and Innovation Director at Capita Resourcing.