Ninety two percent of CEOs are concerned they will not meet their corporate goals without the right talent.
In its 2022 Workforce Report, talent cloud company iCIMS says this means 60 percent of leaders will invest in tech to attract talent.
“Talent isn’t simply a feature, or a matter of convenience. Talent is the true differentiator in today’s digital economy” says, CEO Steve Lucas.
The iCIMS Report examines the challenges facing the labour market at the moment and what employers can do to find the right people to drive their businesses forward.
It says employers – now more than ever – need to build a strategy to meet their hiring goals and attract people.
There has been news of an increase in using freelancers to fill talent gaps – the iCIMS report suggests these bandaids can be a costly endeavour and offers advice on how to combat this.
One of the key messages at the company’s webinar this week will also be on how to recruiting from a more diverse pool of candidates, and where to find them.
The expert panel will talk about how to create a talent strategy using tech tools, how to build a nurturing talent pipeline for the future and how to make data-informed decisions.
It is hosted by HRreview editor Feyaza Khan and the global head of talent acquisition at iCIMS, Christy Spilka. Christy’s expertise is in building talent acquisition teams that serve as a competitive differentiator.
The webinar will also divulge techniques on how to spot bottlenecks and map out an effective hiring process.