Training a company’s team members is a foundational step in running a company, but it is often forgotten when busy times hit. This is a big mistake. Putting the time and effort into designing a training program that suits the unique needs of procurement will drive more effective results in less time. Employees will be better equipped to manage the various situations and surprises that sourcing across numerous categories brings about.
Contractor or employee? Outsourced consultant or temporary worker? The job of procuring talent these days is increasingly complex, with so many different categories of workers and navigating many channels to find this talent.
On top of having to make predictive decisions, Talent Acquisition and Talent Procurement teams must also navigate the rules and regulations of non-employees. Determining contractor classification and the cost of non-compliance is a slippery slope that no talent sourcer should have to take on.
The Benefits of Hiring Moms
Companies in the UK continue to overlook the significant benefits that come with hiring moms wanting to return to the workplace. In fact, senior decision-makers underestimate the host of skills moms come equipped with, all of which they would not have had the opportunity to develop if they had remained within a role leveraging the same skills every day. These include, but are certainly not limited to, increased productivity, efficiency, empathy and a greater capacity to multitask.
Across all industries, talent is our single most important resource. Our corporate strategies rise and fall in line with the experience, commitment, and uniqueness of our talent pool. One can often point to economic circumstances, seasonality of your business or other external factors affecting your market position, however even in times of an economic downturn, your talent makes you stand out above your competitors and helps you overcome the downturns faster than others.
Dawn Tiura: Hey folks, this is Dawn Tiura and welcome back to the podcast series. I'm so glad to welcome to the studio today, Dan Hanyzewski. And Dan, I have known you for a number of years, but your current title has me intrigued. And we'll have to get to that. But you are now Ambassador at Certree. So, before we get to where you are today, can you take our listeners through a little journey of who you are, what made you the way you are today, things like that. Things that might be of interest.
Now is the time for business leaders to prioritize shared services innovation, rethink their operating model and fully harness the capabilities of emerging technologies. Those that do will reap the benefits; those that do not risk falling further behind their better-placed competitors.