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Webinar: Implementing Positive Change in Talent Acquisition

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Do you have the right strategies in place to win over top candidates? Watch this webinar from HCI to see how new recruiting technology can help you redesign your talent acquisition approach and produce amazing results.

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Webinar: Implementing Positive Change in Talent Acquisition

  1. 1. Human Capital Institute #HCIchat Implementing Positive Change in Talent Acquisition
  2. 2. Human Capital Institute #HCIchat Today’s Moderator /company/human-capital-institute-hci @Human_Capital/humancapital Holly Pennebaker Digital Content Program Manager Human Capital Institute @hpennebaker /in/hollypennebaker
  3. 3. Human Capital Institute #HCIchat 2017 Events April 3-4, 2017 San Francisco, CA May 16-17, 2017 Chicago, IL June 26-28, 2017 Boston, MA July 24-26, 2017 San Francisco, CA September 18-20, 2017 Chicago, IL October 24-26, 2017 Scottsdale, AZ
  4. 4. Human Capital Institute #HCIchat Thank You www.workday.com
  5. 5. Human Capital Institute #HCIchat Interact With Us This presentation contains polls. To participate please use the polling widget to the side of the player. If you do not see the widget, open a new tab in your browser and visit pollev.com/hciwebcasts
  6. 6. Human Capital Institute #HCIchat Get Credit
  7. 7. Human Capital Institute #HCIchat Today’s Featured Speakers Elaine Orler Co-Founder and Chairman, The Talent Board Co-Founder and President, Talent Function Peter DeVries Director, HCM Product Strategy, Workday
  8. 8. WHY ARE YOU HERE?
  9. 9. C Limited adoption, Recruiters are reverting back to the old process. D Continuous improvement focus, expanding on what we have. E Other: Recertification Credit, Friends and Family, Not really sure… A Change in leadership, direction, business model B Constrained resources, tight budgets, more with less. Survey Question
  10. 10. Define your Problem Statement Category 1 • Extremely • Always • Usually • Consistently Category 2 • Frustrated • Fearful • Confused • Overwhelmed • Burdened • Disappointed Category 3 • With the lack of • Of the wrong • By the inconsistent • When there is no measurable Category 4 • Usability • Integration • Metrics • Value • Direction • Experience
  11. 11. Align the Solution: Channel Focused Optimization The design and operation of a system or process to make it as good as possible in some defined sense Transformation A marked change in appearance or action with an emphasis on drastic improvement and outcomes Augmentation To make larger, in size, number, strength, or extent; increase.
  12. 12. Aligning the Solution: Outcome Focused Evolution ‘to develop gradually’ ‘progressive change’ Experimentation ‘a test, trial, or tentative procedure’ Explosion ‘to burst, or fly into pieces’ Adoption ‘to accept’
  13. 13. “We Can Rebuild It” 1. Inventory everything 2. Find common ground 3. Eliminate the redundancy 4. Consolidate where possible 5. Rebuild from the ground up
  14. 14. Recruiting Technology Capability Matrix Market Intelligence Contact Lead Prospect Job Seeker Applicant Qualified Applicant Finalist New Hire Employee Talent Intelligence Matching (AI) Talent Mgmt. Talent Mining Talent Community/ Network Assessment(s) Verification(s) Talent Plan Candidate Relationship Management (CRM) Applicant Tracking (ATS) OnboardingRecruitment Marketing Interview Scheduling Video Interview Intelligent Marketing Job Broadcasting Event Management Social Recruiting Career Portal (s) (Device Independent)
  15. 15. Recruiting Technology Capability Definitions Talent Intelligence •Tools to assess the market landscape, recruiting efforts and talent availably Talent Plan •Objectives of the Talent Acquisition function related to the projected type of talent needed by the business and when it is projected Artificial Intelligence •systems able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, such as visual perception, speech recognition, decision-making Talent Mining •Tools to search, index, mine online data for people related information, for the specific activity of engaging them in career related conversations Talent Networks (Community) •An opt-in candidate database where all of the content is created by the employer, keeping engagement company to candidate Assessments •the evaluation or estimation of the nature, quality, or ability of someone Verifications •The validation of a persons information related to potential employment (background check, drug testing, references) Candidate Relationship Management (CRM) •Allows recruiting teams to seamlessly create talent profiles, communicate and market to prospects and encourage top candidates to apply for opportunities Applicant Tracking •The tracking of activities related to a job and candidates associated with that job Onboarding •The tracking of activities prior to hire, socialization of company information and provisioning of equipment Recruitment Marketing •Support, establish and manage the brand elements related to recruiting. Also included in this category are advertisement agencies, branding firms, and marketing specialists Intelligent Marketing •Targeted tools that facilitate and deliver specific marketing results, targeted candidate campaigns, pay-per-applicant Job Distribution •Cross publication of job related information for soliciting interest Interview Scheduling •Collaboration tools for identifying scheduling availability, notifications and coordination Video Interviewing •Video interactive interview platform Event Management •Event activity management, coordination, facilitation and metrics Social Recruiting •Recruiting activities focused on social platform engagement, research and listening Career Portals •Interactive sites for education, action and information specific to the career opportunities
  16. 16. Reinvent: Some Assembly Required 1. Inventory everything 2. Identify the gaps 3. Research solutions 4. Consolidate where possible
  17. 17. Recruiting Delivery Reinvention Recruiter Role Definition Alignment of Work Load and Accountability Candidate Experience Expectations
  18. 18. Talent Scout (Sourcing) Specialized, targeted Variable processes based on type of talent Few qualified active candidates – stronger sourcing efforts Strong social networking, relationship building with external talent Talent Strategist (Fulfillment) Aligns the efforts within the business Understands broad resource objectives, needs and gaps Expert in pinpointing the need and the sourcing plan Strategic alignment of talent across the business Recruiter Role Shift?
  19. 19. Refine: Finishing Touches 1. Fill in the gaps 2. Focused on what’s next 3. Seamless integration across all products
  20. 20. Make the Connection Talent Acquisition HRIS/HRMS Benefits Talent Management Payroll Talent Management Talent Acquisition Performance Succession Planning Learning (LMS) Mining Candidate Relationship Mgmt. (CRM) Assessments Applicant Tracking Verifications Onboarding
  21. 21. 12 345 Inventory what you have Audit what you do against what you want to do Survey your customers (Mgr. Candidate)Hire a Consultant Measured Experimentation Making Sense of it all
  22. 22. Thank You Visit us on the web for access to more exclusive content www.hci.org Webcasts Podcasts Articles White Papers Research Blogs Conferences Classes

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