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Discover how to attract top talent and keep them

You have read our previous reports by now (Interview Guide and Template, Adapt and Thrive – Organisational Design, Job Design, and Job Descriptions and Offer Accepted – How to Make Your JOB OFFER and CLOSE IT), and no doubt mastered the ABCs of the recruitment concepts presented. But you’re not done yet. Your competitors for talent – like Atlassian, Red Balloon and Xero – are targeting the same candidates. They always seem to get the recruitment basics right by executing effective marketing and offering new hires fantastic benefits, exciting

But you’re not done yet. Your competitors for talent – like Atlassian, Red Balloon and Xero – are targeting the same candidates. They always seem to get the recruitment basics right by executing effective marketing and offering new hires fantastic benefits, exciting projects and attractive work environments.Each of these

Each of these organisations has an excellent reputation, a strong employer brand identity, great visibility in the candidate marketplace and a seemingly unwavering focus resulting in attracting positive attention and, subsequently, free publicity.

So how does your organisation compete for the same top talent as your competitors? Do you assume that the talent they recruit is out of your grasp and you reach out to only second-tier candidates?

Don’t fold or lower your expectation level. Instead, you must innovate to improve your chances to secure the talent your company needs to get the results you want. Let’s look, in detail, at the five core elements of successful recruitment positioning:

  • Marketing
  • Benefits
  • Exciting projects
  • Clear, realistic vision of the future
  • Focus, identity and reputation

We’ll explore how, through innovation and considered action; you can attract and retain top-level employees.

 

To find out how you can hire for $899 view our recruitment options here.

 

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