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What effects has the talent shortage had on your hiring methods?

Posted Travis O'Rourke, Head of Hays Talent Solutions – Canada on Wednesday, Feb 21, 2018

Skills shortages are already affecting business, with 92 percent of employers surveyed saying it is having a negative impact on areas such as productivity, staff turnover, and employee satisfaction. The combination of high demand and lack of available candidates is leading Hays blog5_talentshortageto recommend that employers be proactive about attracting and retaining their workforce. Here are some of the ways the talent shortage will evolve your hiring methods that are needed to attract and retain the most appropriate and best-skilled candidates.


Webinar: How to align talent acquisition with strategic sourcing

Posted Travis O’Rourke, VP of Hays Talent Solutions Canada on Monday, Feb 5, 2018


On January 25th, Travis O’Rourke, VP of Hays Talent Solutions Canada, teamed up with Bill Michels of CIPS, The Chartered Institute of Procurement and Supply, to talk about aligning talent acquisition with strategic sourcing to ensure a more robust candidate pool.During their webinar, they answered listener questions and covered topics such as new ways to engage talent, essential cost-saving trends and how to select the right talent acquisition partner. Here are some of the highlights from our HTS webinar last week.


5 Staffing procurement resolutions for 2018

Posted Matthew Dickason, Global Managing Director, Hays Talent Solutions on Thursday, Jan 18, 2018

Blog3_2018staffingJanuary is the one time of the year that you can scroll through any feed and it’s filled with new year’s resolution articles. Whether it be how to improve your fitness routine, how to get that raise, how to save more money or just achieve your goals in general, it’s overwhelming. But unlike many of the ideas in the “new year, new me” articles, we’re trying to keep it as straight-forward (and realistic) as possible. So to kick off the new year here are five staffing procurement changes you can realistically implement in 2018.


11 signs your interview went well

Posted by James Hawley, Hays US EVP, on Tuesday, Jan 9, 2018

How to tell if your interview went wellGetting to the interview stage can already feel like a big win in your job search, but often walking out of the interview it’s hard to judge how it went. Many people tell us they don’t always remember what they said, even those who get the role.

So how can you tell if the interview was a success?


Common MSP implementation challenges and how to avoid them

Posted Kimball Norup, SVP, Head of Growth at Hays Talent Solutions Americas on Monday, Jan 8, 2018

MaBlog2_implementationchallengesnaged service provider (MSP) programs can provide companies, and their hiring managers, with many benefits by providing a single system that finds the right talent, allows standardized processes and introduces best practices. Once you choose the right solutions provider for your business, the implementation process begins. Working to ensure that all vendors, suppliers, clients, and workers are on the same page, comes with its challenges. Hays Talent Solutions has established themselves as a leading global MSP, working with clients across many industries and regions. With our background and vast experience as an MSP here are some of the challenges and key learnings we’ve gathered that will help you avoid future mistakes and ensure your MSP implementation is successful.


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