Helios HR Blog
Timely blog posts by HR and Recruiting consultants responding to every day questions, hot topics and compliance-related news as it relates to attracting, engaging and retaining talent.
When you need to add to your current team, an HR outsourcing service can help you find the right people. But you'll find that companies often offer a number of different approaches to talent acquisition, including things like Recruitment Process Outsourcing (RPO) and contingent recruitment.
Finding talented people is always a challenge, and it’s harder still when you need elite-level talent. That’s why most companies look for outside when they’re recruiting for a vital role, such as highly skilled professional or a new board member.
Talent Acquisition | Recruitment outsourcing | GovCon
Talent acquisition is a crucial function of any company that works on government contracts. Your ability to fulfill the contract depends on having the right people with the right skills (and, in some cases, the right security clearance.)
Total Rewards | Talent Acquisition
People often use terms like "employer's market" and "candidate's market" to describe how hard or difficult it is to recruit. But for some people, it is always a candidate's market. These are people qualified for hot jobs: positions where employer demand is greater than the supply of available talent.
Should a candidate applying to your open position fill out an employment application form? While most HR professionals and employment lawyers would reply with an emphatic “YES”, there are some organizations – both government contracting companies and non-government contracting companies – that are not requiring candidates to fill out an employment application during the interview or new hire process.
A surprising number of hiring managers still rely on a reactive recruitment strategy. They wait until a vacancy opens up, and then they put a HELP WANTED sign in the window – or they do the digital equivalent, which is placing an ad on a job board.