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What is Total Talent Management?: The Myths and Realities

Posted by Travis O'Rourke, Head of Hays Talent Solutions, Canada on Monday, Oct 16, 2017

Myths and realities of total talent managementDriven by a number of market forces the contingent workforce is growing rapidly, and those companies who learn to better navigate this new landscape will gain a distinct advantage. This is where "total talent management", or TTM, comes in. There are a lot of misconceptions about this type of program, which is gradually making its way to North America.

What is total talent management and what could it mean for your organization?


What do you need to unlearn before starting a new job?

Posted by Louisa Benedicto, Hays Canada VP, on Tuesday, Oct 3, 2017

 What do you need to unlearn before starting a new job?Throughout your career you will learn new skills at every stage, but moving from a role where you were a confident expert into a new job that will help you advance can be especially challenging. The opportunities to learn new things is huge, but only if you make the right start.
There’s one thing we can all do, especially in a new role, that will save time, effort, anxiety and misunderstandings.


How are you keeping your best talent in 2017?

Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Monday, Oct 2, 2017

Hays Canada Blog: How are you keeping your best talent in 2017?It’s that time of year again. People are setting new year resolutions and many are considering looking for a new job.

Do you have the right retention plan in place to make sure your staff isn’t looking?


5 signs you just interviewed a genuinely interested candidate

Posted on Thursday, Sep 21, 2017

How to recognize an interested candidate | Hays BlogHave you just interviewed a highly skilled candidate, one who clearly prepared very well for their interview, and had a strong interview technique; answering all of your questions fully? On post-interview reflection, however, you couldn’t tell if they really wanted this opportunity, or if they were just putting on a good performance?


Why recruiting temps is no longer seen as a knee-jerk reaction

Posted on Thursday, Sep 21, 2017

Why temp workers should be part of your strategy | Hays BlogEveryone's talking about the rise of the contingent workforce, but some hiring managers still see temps as a reactive move, possibly caused by poor planning or preparation. The increasing use of temps is no longer driven solely by cost reduction or a reaction to sudden market fluctuations or business requirements, as it once was.


6 ways to attract and secure the best candidates (that aren’t about base salary)

Posted by Rowan O'Grady, Hays Canada President, on Thursday, Sep 21, 2017

Attraction and retention beyond base salary | Hays BlogHow do you find the right person at the right time – and then make them the right offer?

It’s not easy to attract and retain in today’s talent market but the Hays What People Want report gives insight into how employers can find, secure, and keep the right people. While salary is important, our findings show that other factors outweigh it so employers can and should look beyond competing on salary alone.


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