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  • ahvanguard
  • Posted by ahvanguard
July 9, 2021

Recruitment can be a very reactive exercise — it's all about quickly filling vacancies and new job roles. Talent acquisition, on the other hand, is a strategic human resource management activity that helps organizations create a long-term process and plan for finding, attracting, hiring, and onboarding future candidates. Talent acquisition strategies are built around identifying future talent needs, normally using a combination of workforce planning techniques and workforce analytics. Talent acquisition strategies are an important component of the recruiting process, as they help organizations build out a talent pipeline, and help reduce time-to-fill, time-to-hire, and turnover costs — all key HR metrics. Workable's Content Manager Workable helps you discover suitable candidates for current and future job roles. (Source: The Blueprint) Tips for developing a talent acquisition strategy: Talent acquisition strategies differ from recruitment activities, but have a large impact on recruiting business plans. Here are a few tips to get you started with a talent acquisition strategy: Consider your overall business goals: Think long term. If you're planning to open up a new office in another state, build that factor into your talent acquisition strategy. Use the data at your fingertips: If you know you're going to fill key leadership roles to support a new office or department, check back on your previous hiring process. How long did the process take, and how much did it cost? Where did the best candidates come from? Use this data to help develop a realistic talent acquisition strategy.

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