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Category Archives: Talent in Sourcing

What does Tomorrow’s Cyber-Security Unicorn Look Like?

What does Tomorrow’s Cyber-Security Unicorn Look Like?

A look at how at the profile of security professionals is changing in a market underpinned by massive demand with limited supply.

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The tide is turning for talent acquisition

The tide is turning for talent acquisition

The Symbiotic Relationship of Talent Acquisition and Your Organization is Evolving in the Mold of the As-a-Service Economy

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If HR Ran Sales, You’d Be Out of Business

If HR Ran Sales, You’d Be Out of Business

What can HR departments learn from their sales colleagues

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Recognition-as-a-Service to Facilitate Great Work in Today’s Workforce

Recognition-as-a-Service to Facilitate Great Work in Today’s Workforce

Can recognition make a difference to the quality and quantity of work your employees produce?

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FOCUS: Follow One Course Until Successful

FOCUS: Follow One Course Until Successful

How many of you go to a store without a list of what you need? Personally, I never go out to the store without a specific need. I guess I am not the type of clientele the retailers are looking for since I don't buy just because there’s a discount. And definitely, don’t go shopping randomly.

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Beware men in gray suits: Clients want more senior women, more real client stories and less automation hype

Beware men in gray suits: Clients want more senior women, more real client stories and less automation hype

Brand new data from the HfS-Nasscom 2016 BPO study has some revealing dynamics on the role of women

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Make your Candidates a Member of the Team Before They’re Employees

Make your Candidates a Member of the Team Before They’re Employees

Does the onboarding process need a touch of mobility and design thinking?

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The Art of Deal Negotiation: 5 Simple Tips

The Art of Deal Negotiation: 5 Simple Tips

Doing business is all about making successful deals happen and negotiating them effectively. Getting deals done right says something about your own personal negotiating capabilities, but most importantly, it speaks volumes for your company’s brand.

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How to Power Up and Re-think your Outsourcing Experience

How to Power Up and Re-think your Outsourcing Experience

If you really want what’s next… your service provider might actually have the ideas… but is your leadership willing to listen, invest, give them access to your intimate data, and give it a try? Is your organization genuinely culturally ready for innovativ

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When did employees become "costs"?

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Human labor should be viewed as a valuable commodity that adds value to a business, not some burden on the profit margin that needs to be eliminated

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