Global Technical campaigns focused on Innovation and Engineering Excellence, showing diversity of profiles and projects.
Targeted advertising to reach the right audience e.g. Rigzone, Industry profiles on LinkedIn Leverage global contracts where possible to save cost and be more effective in follow up with candidates.
Skill pool specific advertising linked to global landing pages e.g. Well Engineering or Geosciences
Moving away from pushing vacancies to influencing peoples career decisions
All advertising is tracked via tagging for measuring results 8 years of advertising insight globally helps us to define successful channels
With over +500K visitors each month our Career website needed a refresh
Global career site mirrored to country career sites for consistent messaging and accurate information
More interactive and up to date information about Shell business and skill pools
Specific technical landing pages for in depth information and latest updates on projects.
Use of Technical campaign requisitions with generic profiles, screened and filtered by global resourcing team
Attraction campaigns can lead to applications or re-routing to our Shell Talent Community.
The Shell Talent Community can be used for the following activities: Source potential candidates Engagement tool towards passive candidates Marketing tool for larger branding activities to create positive view of Shell
Constantly monitor health of the Talent community: Skill pool mix Gender mix Nationality mix
Main aim is to pro-actively create talent pipelines that are in line with business priorities Use the engagement tools to convert passive candidates into active applicants.
Influencing people in the Talent community to make career decisions when they are ready for it. We trigger interest via updates on technical projects and innovation and organizing virtual and face to face attraction activities e.g. R&D webcast or SHE event
With a +80% employee engagement score the global referral programme is one of our strongest channels.
Shell Employee Referral Program has changed from referring a friend to “Turning contacts into colleagues”.
We focus on requisition based referrals but have the ability to have open referrals to the Shell Talent Community Promotion of the ERP is done on via our intranet, local engagements and via Recruiter instruction during job brief meeting. Referrers will receive a significant bonus when new hire is made Delivery is being monitored and promotion activities
All of these channels need to be operated in harmony via a Global marketing and attraction strategy
Standardized advertisement approach, align global message about job opportunities and employee value proposition.
Connecting and aligning the channels and the message is key to help route candidates in the right direction. With several hundred vacancies open on a daily basis it is important to navigate potential candidates in the right direction. Establish a relationship and develop an interest as a potential future employer. Provide information that is tailored and triggers top talent to view Shell as an employer of choice.
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Building Engineering Excellence Shell Ed Gunzeln iRecruit Presentation 2014
Global Operations Manager
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SPENT ON R&D
NUMBER OF SHELL SERVICE
CCS EARNINGS ATTRIBUTABLE TO
ROYAL DUTCH SHELL PLC
BARRELS OF OIL EQUIVALENT WE
PRODUCED PER DAY
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THE NEW ENERGY FUTURE BY 2050
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THE WORLD EXPECTS:
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NEED FOR TALENT CONTINUES
PERDIDO PARQUE DAS CONCHAS
DRIVING RECRUITMENT EXCELLENCE
GLOBAL BENCHMARK CANDIDATE EXPERIENCE BUSINESS INVOLVEMENT
INFLUENCING OUR TARGET AUDIENCE AT EVERY
Via ads throughout
LinkedIn Via company career
When they search
In their email Inbox
When they network
with employees Via news & updates
Via their friends in
TARGETED TECHNICAL CAMPAIGNS
Skill pool career pages
• Passive candidates
• Engineering Excellence
• Technical landing pages
• Global vs. Local
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TECHNICAL CAREER PAGES
EMPLOYEE REFERRAL PROGRAMME
Requisition based referrals into our
Talent Acquisition System
Open referrals into Shell Talent
FOCUS – ALL CHANNELS CONNECT/ALIGN
Utilize your employees to be recruitment ambassadors
Underpinned with a strong Employee Value Proposition
Get close to the business to understand skill gaps and needs
Leverage media channels with a clear branding/recruitment
Influence passive candidates to become active applicants
Organization structure and capabilities aligned with business
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