Innovation and Futurology for Recruiting

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Ep 296: Engagement and Mobility

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A crisis is always a catalyst for change, and the events of 2020 have the potential to drive some of the fastest and most significant change we have ever seen in talent acquisition. Long term effects and implications are still difficult to judge, particularly with such a mixed market picture and many employers still dealing with the initial fall out of a forced digital transformation in recruiting.

It is clear though that engagement and mobility are two powerful themes for the future as talent acquisition leaders reset and develop strategies for 2021

My guest this week is Gareth Flynn, Managing Director of TQ Solutions. Gareth is working at the cutting edge of change in talent acquisition and helping some of Australia’s biggest employers develop talent strategies and operating models for the changed future.

In the interview, we discuss:

• How talent acquisition has evolved in the past and where it is heading now

• Refocusing on talent engagement and mobility

• Total talent

• The role of technology

• Transitioning the talent acquisition service model

• The vital importance of organisational mindset and accountability

• Talent maturity model

• The future and the importance of taking a long term view

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